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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 Foundational 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 conviction ...

workplace.stackexchange.com/questions/48494/convicted-felon-looking-for-a-job

Jun 18, 2015 ... One thought is perhaps doing some voluntary work for a drug charity: helping those recovering, warning children of the dangers etc. (I say this because I know someone who got convicted of a similar offense who does just this.) I think on a resume and at interview that would be a good thing to see. It shows ...

www.howfelonscangetjobs.com/p/incredible-list-of-companies-that-hire.html

Jobs for Felons: Incredible List of Companies That Hire Ex-offenders and Felons It is often very difficult for felons and ex-offenders to get jobs once they are released. The key to staying free and enjoying life is to find steady employment. The sooner they are able to get jobs, the greater are their chances of not going back to ...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Finding+a+Job+with+Felony+Conviction&v=YsLhm6dZQ70
Dec 3, 2011 ... He is exactly right Alison nash you want know how it feels to a love or you are convicted of a felony do your time than cant get hired anywhere not even picking up trash not even flipping burgers at mcdonalds quit being so closed minded and open your eyes. Read more. Show less. Reply 7 8. audrianna ...

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.

www.hg.org/article.asp?id=34159

FIND MORE LEGAL ARTICLES. Search. If you are facing a felony conviction, the lasting effects on your career can endure for much longer than any time that you receive. Being convicted of a felony can have some of the following severe ramifications on your career. Loss of Immediate Employment Many employers provide ...

www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/05/22/criminal-record-employment_n_5372837.html

May 22, 2014 ... When Dwyane Jordan got busted four years ago on felony drug-peddling charges, he was thankful to get probation and addiction treatment rather than ... past comes up nearly every time he applies for a job, because most employment applications ask him to check a box if he has been convicted of a felony.

www.thetimesnews.com/article/20121006/News/310069825

Oct 6, 2012 ... The 26-year-old is finding out the hard way that having a criminal conviction on your record makes the feat of finding a job even tougher. In July, he ... The new law lets low-level felons and misdemeanants with fewer than two convictions apply for relief from the collateral consequences of their convictions.

www.hirefelons.org/jobs-that-hire-felons

This is because there are less people able to do the work that you can do. Construction Jobs for felons Will all this information you should understand that most minimum wage jobs will not hire you, but for everyone of those there is an opportunity just waiting for you. If you can't get a job then try college. Many offenders that ...