Looking for an entry level job or internship in e-mail? This is an overview of how to approach the search and a list of companies that might have relevant entry level and internship opportunities.
The e-mail business consists of many areas, and entrepreneurs are carving out more niches every day. A few areas to look into include:
There’s room in the e-mail business for technical and non-technical folks. Most positions in the e-mail business require a bachelor’s degree in a related field, and since a lot of positions are in smaller companies, you’ll need to be adaptable and able to work independently.
|Category Manager I, Marketing, Direct Mail & Catalogue, Global Supply Chain & Product Operations - Fashion Industry Opportunity|
Gap Inc. - Fashion Industry San Francisco, CA
|Lead Software Test Engineer - E911|
Comtech Telecommunications Seattle, WA
|E-Commerce Customer Service Rep|
WEYCO Milwaukee, WI
|eWatch Technical Engineer|
net2source Salt Lake City, UT
|eCommerce Project Manager|
Kelly Services Los Angeles, CA
V-Soft Consulting Group Tustin, CA
|E- Commerce Department Coordinator - Fashion Industry Opportunity|
Forever 21 Los Angeles, CA
|Manager of E-commerce - Fashion Industry Opportunity|
Retailer.com GLAMGLOW Online - Fashion Industry New York, NY
|Direct to Consumer Intern (eCommerce) - Fashion Industry Opportunity|
The North Face - Fashion Industry Alameda, CA
|Real Estate Marketing Coordinator|
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Real Estate Professionals Lebanon, OR
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