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Dec 14, 2016 ... Proposition 47 reduced nearly 200000 felonies to misdemeanors. Every downgraded conviction brings former felons closer better jobs and better lives.


What you didn't know about your co-workers: A new law makes it easier for convicted felons to find jobs.


A family member will soon be finished serving a prison sentence for a felony conviction. Before his arrest and long odyssey in the legal system he was a very experienced professional in an upper management position. What are the chances of him getting back into a professional track? The crime he was ...


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.


Dec 16, 2017 ... “It's real hard to get a job with a felony. Nobody wants to mess with a criminal.” Turner isn't alone. According to a 2008 study by the Center for Economic and Policy Research, Turner is just one of between 12 and 14 million ex-offenders of working age who can't find a job because of their past convictions.


Adapted from the U.S. Department of Labor publication, “Tips for Finding the Right Job.” EXPLAINING A FELONY CONVICTION TO AN EMPLOYER. TIPS FOR THE EX-OFFENDER. Dealing with potential employers is never an easy task for clients with criminal records. Ex-offenders who lie on a job application may get hired ...


Jobs For Felons [Michael Ford] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. "Sorry, we don't hire FELONS!" Finding employment after being released from prison can be one of the most difficult tasks a felon faces. No one wants to hire you but parole terms require you to have a job or go back to jail. Even if you do ...


? The simple answer to this question is yes – you can certainly get a job if you've been convicted of a felony. Once you've served your time, you'll be able to apply for a variety of jobs in different industries. There's no doubt that getting a job if you have a ...


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 ...