It might seem like a tiny Boston Terrier jumping isn't as troubling as a big dog like a Lab, but the underlying rules are the same. It doesn't matter how big your dog is, teaching them not to jump is good manners and helps to establish rules and boundaries that all dogs crave. Teaching your Boston Terrier to not jump on people is a good practice.
Jumping up is a rude behavior no matter no matter how small your dog is. Your friends and family might not be as dismissive as you are. Taking time to teach her that jumping up isn't the way to get what she wants will benefit not only your relationship with your dog, but with friends and family too. when your dog is respectful of company, no one will dread coming to your house.
With patience and training, your little cutie will greet you with a tail wag instead of a jump.