9 Montreal Companies Hiring You To Work From Home Right Now

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9 Montreal Companies Hiring You To Work From Home Right Now

For many people, the most annoying part of the day is their daily commute to work.

It doesn't matter whether you take the bus, metro or you drive, commuting sucks and we're not going to take it anymore!

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That's why we decided to hunt down all the most recent job posts online that offer you the option to work from home. 

Some offer the option right from the start, while others require you to work a few months on-site before you start telecommuting. (It'll be worth it!)

So if you've always dreamed of working from home, you'll want to check this list out:

1. Client Care

Company: Desjardins

Salary: $20.84 an hour

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Company: VIPKID

Salary: $18 an hour

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3. Client Care

Company: Telus

Salary: $17.38

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4. Dog Boarding

Company: Go Rover

Salary: $1000/ month +

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5. Sales Agent

Company: Sunwing Vacations

Salary: TBD

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7. Dogsitter

Company: Les Anges Gardiennes

Salary: $15 an hour

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8. Hunting Sales

Company: Grouse River

Salary: TBD

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9. Customer Service

Company: SYKES Enterprises

Salary: TBD

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