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5 reasons why the company you want to work for won’t hire telecommuters (and 4 ways to get hired anyway)

Hiring managers share their sincere reasons to insist you work in the office—and a few tips for how you might convince them otherwise. People who appreciate the benefits of working remotely often find it unfathomable that any organization would prohibit the practice. To successful telecommuters, anyone who resists the lifestyle is missing a fundamental understanding about how knowledge workers work most efficiently.
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