This week, a coalition of call center operators promised to create 100,000 new American customer service jobs, many of which could be done from home. But unless Internet access is improved, those jobs will be off-limits to one third of the country. There are two hindrances to broadband. For 20 million Americans, there are no… Continue reading FCC Chair Discusses Broadband Access, Affordability
A coalition of call center operators is hoping to bring back some of the jobs that have been outsourced over the last decade. The Jobs4America group has promised to create 100,000 customer service jobs in the United States. About 200 of the new jobs will be in Jeffersonville, where Jobs4America member Accent Marketing Services is… Continue reading Call Center Operators Promise 100,000 New Jobs, But Access Is A Concern for Potential Applicants
The government’s broadband map charts Internet accessibility. It shows no coverage–wired or wireless–in portions of eastern and southern Kentucky.
Users can log on to a state website that will check their location and connection speed. The information will be used to develop a map of internet access and quality in the commonwealth.