Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by sara100, Jul 9, 2009.

  1. sara100

    sara100 New Member

    Jul 9, 2009
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    Legitimate work-at-home opportunities do exist, and millions of
    Americans do their jobs in the comfort of their own homes. But anyone
    seeking such an employment opportunity must be wary of accepting a
    home employment offer, as only about one in 42 such ads have been
    determined to be legitimate [1]. Most legitimate jobs at home require
    some form of post-high-school education, such as a college degree or
    certificate, or trade school, and some experience in the field in an
    office or other supervised setting. Additionally, many legitimate
    at-home jobs are not like those in schemes are portrayed to be, as
    they are often performed at least some of the time in the company's
    office, require more self discipline than a traditional job, and have
    a higher risk of firing.

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