Computer Jobs, Employment in Jackson, MS

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$62,556 – $80,721 a year

  • Your expertise and compassion ensure the most appropriate and effective handling of sensitive cases involving children or trauma victims and situations,…
  • Strong computer skills, including MS Office Suite.
  • Ability to manage and coordinate workload in a team-based environment.

$13.00 – $14.50 an hour

  • This employee aids in all Customer Service functions of order entry while abiding by the procedures set forth by management within the customer support centers …
  • The Accounts Receivable Clerk will provide financial, administrative, and clerical support, ensuring the company receives payments for services by collecting…

Ridgeland, MS 39157

Temporarily remote

  • Personal computer skills in Microsoft Windows.
  • Assist customers in filing claims by gathering pertinent information and entering data using Windows-based…

WindshieldHUB, LLC

Jackson, MS 39201 (State Capitol area)


$9 – $10 an hour

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Digital Marketing Jobs for February 2021

Marketing is an essential part of any business, and the world is more digital than ever, so it is unsurprising that digital marketing is currently one of the “hottest” sectors right now for businesses to engage and expand their customer base. The term refers to any content that is delivered to market through digital means, which can include advertisements utilized through search engines, e-mail newsletters, paid social media campaigns, and more.

This certainly includes SEO (search engine optimization) and PPC (pay-per-click) marketing, where marketing is meant to optimize search engines so that a certain company’s results are more prominent than the competition, and marketing where they attempt to gain as much money by luring the consumer to click on a specific ad, to show that they have “engaged” with the advertisement.

The truth is that social networks and digital outlets of all sorts is increasingly where the world searches to

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BrainPOP Educators Share Their Thoughts About Steve Jobs

Last week, we called on you, our dear BrainPOP Educators, to share your thoughts about Steve Jobs’ influence on your classroom. We received many responses via Facebook, Twitter and right here on the BrainPOP Educators blog. The diversity of answers was a testament to the impact of the man, the company and the products.  Many educators were excited about the advent of user friendly mobile technology.

Jessica from Georgia remarked on the “motivation, creativity, teamwork and innovation” she observed when her students brought their own iOS for BYOT (bring your own technology) day at school.  She added “of course, we all had the BrainPOP app!”   Glad to hear it Jess!

Renee from Illinois described the change in pedagogy that happened with the use of Apple devices, “my students are motivated to learn in ways THEY want to learn, not ways I want them to learn or the way I USED

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7 Ways to Get Entry-Level Digital Marketing Jobs in 2021

Getting your first entry-level digital marketing job can seem like a daunting challenge, especially when you don’t have any professional experience under your belt.

Browsing forums, news sites, and LinkedIn posts you’ll see people complaining about how candidates with no experience are totally screwed in this competitive job market.

“You can’t get a job without experience and you can’t get experience without a job.” This simply isn’t the case. There are plenty of people out there getting great jobs at top-notch companies with very little “official” experience.

What’s great about the digital marketing industry is the accelerating pace of change. Brand new startups, SaaS companies, and digital marketing agencies are popping up every day, changing the way we do business, and disrupting traditional career paths (and the need for advanced college degrees).

The digital marketing skills gap is real.

By 2020, there will be 150,000 digital jobs and not enough

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