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Although most media professionals can do the majority (if not all) of today's work from a home office simply with a decent Internet connection and a working phone, not every company is open to flexible working solutions. If a listing explicitly states "on-site only" and you don't live in commuting distance, warns John Poore, director of staffing services at Onward Search, don't even waste your time applying, as those companies may have had bad experiences with remote employees. "You'll spend more of your time on their objections," he says.