******Remote Research Assistant******

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From: Prof. Kenneth Chay <Kenneth_Chay.@brown.edu>
Date: Thu, Jul 2, 2020, 7:48 AM
Subject: ******Remote Research Assistant******
To: Josiah Carberry <josiah_carberry@brown.edu>

Work remotely from home as a temporary research assistant collecting data and earn $250 weekly. If interested, indicate by providing the necessary details below.You'll receive a follow up correspondence detailing work schedule and enumeration.This is an adaptable job that requires little to no prior experience irrespective of your major discipline

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Regards
Kenneth Chay
Professor(Applied Microeconomics,
Health Economics,
Labor Economics)

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