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How to avoid common work-at-home scams

Work-from-home is a dream everyone wants to live. Imagine working in your pyjamas according to your schedule and not having a boss hover over your head at all times. If you scour the internet for work-from-home jobs, you’re sure to come across several job listings. However, you need to be able to tell apart the legitimate listings...
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