In the current economy... none. There are still so many people that are unemployed, that those who have any sort of mark against them will have very little chance of getting any position when there are other better qualified applicants.
Definitely check with your local employment commission though, they can help direct you to places that can help.
I'm sorry but you will be the least likely to get any job. i would suggest applying at every store and office you see and hope for the best. do not lie on your applications and be determined but honest and pleasant in interviews
In the past, I would generally have agreed with all of the above comments. Employers would ask about your criminal record and then you would never get a call back/hired. But under President Obama, things are changing with regards to this. The EEOC now is taking the position that this is unfair to the convicted felons, who should not be categorically denied a job due to their prior conviction. Instead, the felon should be considered on a case by case basis. There is speculation in the legal community that felons are essentially becoming a "protected class," which is a very unexpected occurrence. Disclaimer: this is not legal advice, and I am not your attorney.
U will never know unless u apply. My bf is a convicted felon and he has managed to get jobs in his feild making 17+ a hour. Some may ask some may not. if they do ask tell them if they don't ask then go for it. Good luck and don't let ur past be the reason for u to hold back ur future.