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Default Work from home jobs?Being a recent graduate in MN with biomedical Sciences...



...degree, I posted my resume on? career builder. So far nothing but an offer about working from home from a company called Order Dynamics Corporation. Anyone know anything about this company? Also where can I find info about any work from home jobs that are good and not scams.
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