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Depends on the program.

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Nothing too drastic, basically a recent computer with 8GB of memory, current OS W10, quiet work area, antivirus/antimalware software, and a couple freeware programs like citrix, java, and flash, all updated to the most recent versions. wired internet (wifi is a big no no) and a number of the programs require a land line.

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I think it depends on the contract you are working

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You get paid for training but after you complete the training.

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Working from home allows for great flexibility in juggling work and home responsibilities.

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All positions are independent contractor type jobs so you have no security nor expectation of ongoing income. beyond the hours you have already worked. If you need a full time job this isn't it, but it can provide you with something to put on a resume to fill in between jobs or to pick up a new skill. But it's up to you to use the resources you have access to in order to grow beyond the job your assigned to.

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Add a cap for scheduling the first day of release.

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No, you will be rquired to file and pay your own taxes as an independent contractor

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This company will continue to grow and thrive

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No, honestly it is not an actual independent contractor job. You are often doing customer service from home and have to follow their rules and policies. Step out of line and they cut you off. The only benefit is if you are working on one of the programs that uses a system that is in demand and you use the resources you have access to but they tell you aren't required to learn beyond what you are taught. That way you have something beyond what they gave you.

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