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Joann Thomas

I don't think there should be difference in pay; it should be $15 an hour whether it's working from home or go to the job site; the work load is going to be the same regardless. I definitely wouldn't take a job paying $13 an hours unless your single with no bills. There are companies that seems to care less about the expenses individuals or families have; everyone wants to live comfortable, and be able to afford a home, car, insurance; and other expenses that are to be expected.

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Dawn McMannis

You got a legit job offer for me stay at home and work cuz there ain't nothing out there with scammers offering work

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Paul Stein

It would really depend on the hours and what exactly I was doing and the stress involved as I have anxiety issues , the drop in hourly wage is a fair trade off to me for my sanity , not to mention the price of gas and wear and tear on my vehicle.

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David Nix

the extra 2 dollars would be sucked up for gas and oil and daycare cost you much more than 2 dollars. I would take the lower pay to make more after travel and daycare

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Daniel Webster

I will take the lower pay for the convenience of working at home and not having to spend gas money

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Shirley Bass

I would take the at home job

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Valverdia Franklin

I believe that commuters should be given a $2+ more in pay to compensation for time, travel and anxiety of the commute into offices and home. Lost of time with Family, and Life.

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Jessica Johnson

I wish I could find a job that pays $15per hr... I'd be happy with $13 at this point but I'm stuck at $11... highest paying job so far and I'm a single mother of 3 with the same bills anyone else has. Times are really hard for me these days :(

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Jason Mcmillon

I would love to be able to work from home, but I would definitely prefer a higher rate of pay. I'm currently employed 60 hrs a week, go to college part-time and run a gunsmith and bladesmith shop part-time which isn't making money due to covid-19. I hardly have any time for my family. Our cost of living and lifestyle wouldn't allow me to accept a $13/hr job.

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Trivera Troxler

I do think that driving should pay more. However, I think I would prefer to work from home

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