All Work at Home Jobs are Scams?
This common work at home myth is one I see a lot of and one that gets under my skin the most. I have no idea how many times I have shaken my fist at my computer screen as I read those words from advice givers. I know that many of the people who have said “all work at home jobs are scams” are pure in heart with their statement. I too once believed this to be true.
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However, I am so glad I didn’t let that mindset stop me from digging deeper.
I hope sites like WAHAdventures.com make the task of finding legitimate work at home jobs a lot easier for those beginning their search.
I hope you enjoy the first of 5 video series debunking the Myths of Working from Home.
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- Types of Work at Home Transcription Jobs
- Why I Was Happy with Less Than Minimum Wage
- Is it Possible to Find Legitimate Work at Home Assembly Jobs?
- 5 Dishonest Work at Home Job Descriptions on Craigslist
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