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$30 per hour. 5-10 hours per week.


APassA Pass Educational Group, LLC is seeking subject matter experts in the following fields to help develop courses. Each applicant will only work on one course.  When applying please provide the relevant experience for the course you are interested in working on and a resume.

The course are:

  • Income Tax Accounting
  • Business Statistics for Operations
  • Search Engine Optimization and Analytics
  • Benefits and Compensation
  • Consumer Behavior and Demographics

Please keep reading for more detailed information.


Income Tax Accounting 

Course Description:

This course introduces basic taxation concepts, regulations, and practices.  Topics include the history and objectives of the tax system; fundamentals of income taxes;  income tax returns; income and exclusions; business income and expenses; exemptions; and deductions. Emphasis is placed on the preparation of basic income tax documents (form 1040 and related forms and schedules).

Course Objectives:

In this course students will:

1. Explain fundamental tax concepts, regulations, forms, and schedules.

2. Determine taxability of various income items.

3. Determine applicability of various tax credits.

4. Apply knowledge of income tax adjustments and deductions to arrive at taxable income.

5. Calculate income tax liability using the tax rate schedule and tax table.

6. Prepare tax returns, forms and schedules.


Business Statistics for Operations 

Course Description:

This course covers the basic tools of collecting, analyzing, presenting, and interpreting statistical data. Students will use quantitative tools in making business decisions, and receive an overview of data analytic tools. Finally, students will use statistics to analyze real world problems using empirical economic, financial, and marketing data and apply their analysis to business solutions and operations.

Course Objectives:

In this course students will:

1. Analyze statistical data for a business and interpret the state of the business based upon quantitative findings.

2. Discuss the varieties of quantitative tools to use when analyzing statistics.

3. Present statistical findings from a variety of perspectives to assess the health and operations needs of a business.

4. Interpret data to make decisions regarding operations and management of a business.


Search Engine Optimization and Analytics 

Course Description:

This course introduces fundamental Search Engine Optimization (SEO) strategies, allowing successful students to improve organic search results rankings. Students will examine the principles by which search engines rank sites and how web crawlers systematically browse the web.  Students will utilize techniques for improving a site’s search results ranking such as link-building, site development and structure, and keyword optimization Students will also explore pay-per-click marketing and other online marketing tools.

Course Objectives:

In this course students will:

1. Explain Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and how search engines work.

2. Explain Search Engine Marketing (SEM).

3. Describe the importance of web crawlers.

4. Utilize tools to analyze data for improving site traffic.

5. Modify and add code to improve search engine results.

6. Describe components and strategies of a successful PPC campaign.


Benefits and Compensation 

Course Description:

Course examines scope of benefits administration. Content includes advanced theories, concepts, issues, techniques; procedures and processes in the management of organizational compensation and benefit system; and knowledge of practices and functions of a compensation and benefits coordinator.

Course Objectives:

In this course students will:

1. Determine the relationship of compensation and benefit system with business strategy based on organizational objectives, financial conditions, and business environment.

2. Explain the concepts of internal, external, and individual equity as they apply to the development of compensation and benefit system.

3. Demonstrate an understanding of internal equity by designing and implementing a job evaluation plan.

4. Demonstrate an understanding of external equity by surveying relevant markets and develop a play policy with recommended play levels, ranges, classes, and rationale.

5. Assess individual equity by assigning salaries to individuals based on job performance, seniority, and/or other criteria.

6. Evaluate benefit packages such as Health plans and retirement packages.


Consumer Behavior and Demographics 

Course Description:

This course presents the principles and consumer behavior in the areas of motivation, perception, learning, attitude change, information processing, life-style, demographics, social class, reference groups, opinion leaders and diffusion, family and culture, and shopping environments.

Course Objectives:

In this course students will:

1. Analyze and discuss how cultural diversity impacts marketing.

2. Explain consumer demographics.

3. Explain the consumer decision-making process.

4. Describe the nature of motivation, the role it plays in consumer behavior, and how marketers can use motives in developing marketing strategy.

5. Develop a marketing strategy based on knowledge of a target market’s evaluative criteria.


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