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Most of the telecommuting jobs I've had started as onsite positions. I
created a business case for telecommuting, presented it to management, and
received approval to telecommute. First I had to establish trust, meeting
all deadlines, excelling in communications with other staff members and
There are some websites that list telecommuting jobs, but I have not found
them helpful, personally.
On Thu, Apr 30, 2009 at 9:41 AM, <magk -at- mindspring -dot- com> wrote:
> How do you get these telecommuting jobs? I have been trying for years and
> have only seen on site positions.
> Are there sites or job boards that cater to off site work?
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