Many Aussies would love to work from home or do their 40 hour week over four days instead of five but are worried about the career implications, according research by Hays.
Money deputy editor Maria Bekiaris has been with the magazine since 2001 when she started as a writer/researcher. She writes on a variety of personal finance and investment topics and has contributed to magazines such as Australian House & Garden, Good Health, Mother & Baby.
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