Avoid being scammed by work-at-home offers

06/7/2011 | Careerealism.com

When looking for work, network with everyone so that you can find out about a job before it's officially posted, Dale Dauten writes. In the meantime, don't fall for work-at-home scams, especially those that ask for personal information, adds Jeanine "J.T." Tanner O'Donnell.

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