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Taking this list of items, go to one of larger search engines and begin your search for each item. Find most relevant site or article and use that as a basis to extend your research until you understand basics for given topic.
Believe it or not, most of information you need to understand telecommuting and how to locate such opportunities is available at sites like:
- Telecommuting@About (http:/ elecommuting.about.com/) - Job Search@About (http://jobsearch.about.com/) - Freelance Write@About (http://freelancewrite.about.com/) - Career Planning@About (http://careerplanning.about.com/) - June Langhoff (http://www.langhoff.com/) - Gil Gordon (http://www.gilgordon.com/)
As for locating jobs that are usually listed in packets, you can find this information in several locations, including:
- Telecommuting Jobs (http://www.tjobs.com/) - Jobvertise (http://www.jobvertise.com/)
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To avoid spending money unnecessarily, pay attention to content of packets before you buy or make sure that they have a return policy. Also, focus on information sites that can add value to your endeavors, not repeat same information already available and known.
If you spend a little time on Internet, you will find free information that is otherwise available in most of for-purchase telecommuting packages. All you have to do is research topic and learn what you can from morass of information available.
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