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Now Hiring Internet Researchers – Jobs List July 15.

15 July 2010 One Comment

Calling all home base job seekers with research experience to send in your application to fill the current Internet research position we recently posted. Home based researchers are independent contractors, and not an employee of East Tennessee Innovations. You are sent 1099-Misc at the end of the year, and expected to keep track of and pay your own taxes. We are currently only accepting applicants who are US Citizens, or those eligible to work in the US.

The ideal candidate will enjoy some of the following benefits:

* Working as much or as little as you want.
* As you pick when you want to work, you have the freedom of a flexible schedule.
* Varied and interesting projects.

If you interested in learning more about this amazing opportunity to work from home, please go to: Internet Researchers Needed! Since this is the type of job the majority of job seekers who visit Genuinejobs.com are looking for, we anticipate a flood of applications to the employer. we suggest you apply now if you’re interested in this position. Note: Genuinejobs.com is NOT the employer, we simply locate and post the vacant jobs for interested jobseekers to apply for.

For the full list of vacant work at home, telecommute, freelance and contract jobs <<< Click Here! be sure to use the job search tool provided at the top of the page to refine your jobsearch to the type of job you’re looking for.

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One Comment »

  • Don said:

    Sir, I’m Willing to apply for this job..

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