What does it mean when a job posting shows “Remote work available”?
If a job posting on Job Bank indicates “Remote work available”, it means that telework is possible. Therefore, the work can be completed either remotely or at the physical work location.
If there is no specification on the job posting indicating that remote work is available or that it is a virtual job, it clarifies that the employer doesn’t consider remote work as an option for this type of job.
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