Are poll workers (election inspectors) paid or volunteers?

Poll workers are compensated for working at polling places at a rate determined by the appropriate municipal governing body, and, in some municipalities, are also compensated for attending any required training sessions.  Poll workers may also choose to volunteer their services by filing a written declination of compensation with the municipal clerk 

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1. What are the responsibilities of a poll worker?
2. What are the hours of work?
3. Are poll workers (election inspectors) paid or volunteers?
4. What are the training requirements for poll workers?
5. What length of commitment will be expected?
6. What are the qualifications to be a poll worker (election inspector)?
7. How do I become a poll worker?
8. Can I be excused from my regular job to be a poll worker?
9. What are the duties on Election Day?