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Careers, Jobs and Education Resources for: Neshoba County, Mississippi

Neshoba County is a county located in the U.S. state of Mississippi. As of the 2000 census, the population is 28,684. Its county seat is Philadelphia. Neshoba, derived from the Choctaw word nashoba, means Wolf. Neshoba County is known as the site of one of the most famous race-related crimes in American history. In 1964, three civil rights workers were murdered by white supremacists in Philadelphia, Mississippi (the county seat). The crime and decades-long legal aftermath inspired the 1988 movie Mississippi Burning. President Ronald Reagan launched his 1980 presidential campaign from the Neshoba County Fair, delivering a speech some called States Rights-themed which they allege to be a carefully calibrated application of Nixon's "Southern Strategy", an appeal to racist white voters. How... (from wikipedia)

General Information
Mississippi State$54,350 Average House Value (as of 2000)
30,550 Population (as of 2000)$28,069 Average House Income (as of 2000)
32,156 Population (current)566.7 Square Miles of Land
2.0 Average Persons Per Household (as of 2000)1.7 Square Miles of Water

Business Information
636 Number of Businesses (as of 2003)$97,116,000 Total First Quarter Payroll (as of 2003)
13,304 Number of Employees (as of 2003)$367,020,000 Total Annual Payroll (as of 2003)

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Cities in Neshoba County
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