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www.chuckgallagher.com/finding-a-job-following-a-felony-conviction-there-is-hope

I am tired and weary of people who have climbed into the “Wambulance” of victimhood and own that experience as a mantra – a badge as to why they aren't finding the success in life they want – it's time to BS. Finding a job following a felony conviction is hard – that is true – but it is possible. I've done it and you can too!

catholiccharitiesusa.org/stories/long-ago-felony-conviction-employment

When a Long-Ago Felony Conviction Made Finding A Job Difficult, Catholic Charities Stepped In. A story about Family, Child and Senior Services featuring Catholic Charities Diocese of Evansville. "God was starting me on a new journey. " Thanks to Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Evansville, Tamika's long-ago felony ...

bizfluent.com/info-12085424-can-felony-keep-getting-job.html

Court convictions generally fall into one of two categories: misdemeanors and felonies. Both can follow you for years and impact your job search but a felony is often given more scrutiny by potential employers. If you have a felony record, it's important to understand if that felony can prevent you from getting a job.

www.thebalance.com/hiring-convicted-felons-4129127

Mar 5, 2017 ... The state has a vested interest in getting convicted felons working—having a job reduces the chance of recidivism. If you want to lower crime, you want people working instead of returning to their bad ways. But the other reason for ban-the- box laws is to stop discrimination against black men. However ...

www.chicagoreporter.com/12-jobs-you-cant-get-with-a-felony

Jan 27, 2015 ... People with criminal records are advised to move on with their lives after they have been punished for breaking the law. But it's not easy. In Illinois, more than 100 jobs are off limits to those convicted of a felony.

wolflawcolorado.com/employment-laws-for-convicted-felons

Sep 17, 2015 ... Getting a job after a felony conviction isn't easy, so our defense attorneys have compiled a list of what employers can and can't do with your application.

work.chron.com/felony-employment-laws-7962.html

Convicted felons are prohibited from working in certain industries on either the federal and/or state level. Commonly prohibited industries are banking, insurance, health care and real estate. Lawyers, teachers, psychologists and other professions that require a license are also off limits if you were convicted of a felony.

worksourceoregon.org/component/jsresources/category?id=158

STEP AHEAD. Step AHead helps job seekers with felony convictions and other criminal charges know their work options, set goals, get training, and be successful in their job search.

www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/capitol-alert/article139018093.html

Mar 17, 2017 ... Assembly Bill 1008 would expand California's “ban the box” law, removing the felony conviction box from state and local job applications, to include ... He said employers never seem to get beyond his criminal record, which includes arrests for drugs, burglary and an attempted murder that he says was ...