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Typically, when visiting SO, I see the below ad:

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that states Work. From home. Clicking it navigates to Careers 2.0 main page. Are all offered jobs listed there actually do permit (or compel) working from home?

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The fact all job entries indicate a geographic location might have made me feel the contrary of the ad. – yair Mar 15 '13 at 0:14
Yes, all jobs listed that are applicable to those dogs are work from home jobs. – Mike Mar 15 '13 at 0:34
Is there any chance anybody has the analogous one with the fluffy cat sitting at the computer? I'm hunting for it but my F5-key can't take much more. ( Original one of the dog: ) – SeldomNeedy Jan 10 '15 at 3:03
Nevermind. I FOUND the cat one! Here are both originals, dog and cat: – SeldomNeedy Jan 10 '15 at 3:11
up vote 4 down vote accepted

The answer is no. I found out there's another URL for remote jobs.

You can get there by checking the Work remotely check-box in the search jobs section in the regular/all jobs search page.

Funny thing is that I accidentally (or is it?) stumbled upon another ad, with no text at all, that look so:

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which directed me straight to the available remote jobs list. That's a questionable choice of ads-to-content bindings...

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