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      Jan from Tulsa, Oklahoma wants to make money online. Unfortunately, she’s having trouble distinguishing between real jobs and fakes. Most of them keep asking for money to get started — and that’s a surefire sign of a scam.

      Sadly, fake jobs are a huge issue. Here are 10 warning signs a job offer is actually a scam.

      She asked me to name some legitimate online businesses and jobs she can apply to. Luckily, I’ve put together a guide to this. Tap or click here for a list of work from home jobs for seniors.

      I also told her about some general positions she should look into, like bookkeeper, marketing coordinator, resume writer and data entry specialist.

      Also, don’t overlook the fact that there’s a lot of money to be made by freelancing. Some folks supplement their income by doing aura readings or celebrity impersonations on Fiverr. Interested? Here are 10 fun and exciting ways to make extra money online.

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