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Felony Jobs For You – The How To Guide to Reentering the Workforce With Good Felony Jobs

Reentering the workforce isn’t easy and felony jobs are hard to find. Often ex-felons will complain that no one will give them a job. You can increase your chances of getting one of the better felony jobs by networking and doing all that you can to be work-ready. In addition, you can actively look for organizations that help with felony jobs.

We are going to share with you some tips on how get ready for felony jobs:

Before you look for felony friendly jobs, take the time to get ready to start your job search the right way.

Resume – most HR managers advise you not to put anything about your felony on your resume. Create a resume that highlights your skills. Discussing your criminal record with your potential employer can wait until you get an interview.

Dress for success – to apply to felony jobs you need to dress appropriately for the application and interview process. Corporate jobs will require a suit. Other felon friendly jobs will most likely call for business casual attire. That means a collared shirt, slacks and good shoes for men while women can wear a business-like blouse and skirt when you go for an interview for felony friendly jobs.

Character references – try to get some people in your community to vouch for you when you look for jobs for felons. Employers will want to know that you have been rehabilitated and character references can help land you a job.

Prepare for the job interview – it’s a tough time right now and felony jobs are very competitive. You need to be prepared and put your best foot forward in the interview for felony friendly jobs.

Background check – when employers do a background check, what information will turn up? Find out because this will give you an idea of what to discuss during the job interview for felony jobs. Keep your explanation brief. Emphasize how you are a different person from the one that was convicted. The key here is to show that you will be a good employee and an asset to the company that will hire you.

Here are some tips to Finding Felony Friendly Jobs:

Network! This is the one thing that will probably help you the most when it comes to finding felony jobs. Call your friends, family, colleagues and anyone else you think might be able to help you. It is very unlikely that they will be able to give you a job themselves unless they own a business. Instead, ask them for help in finding a felon friendly job. They can help you look for opportunities that hire felons or even recommend you for one.

Your parole officer or the parole board will probably have a list of felony jobs available.

Temp agencies may be your best bet if you are open to the idea of temporary work. Temp felony jobs can lead to permanent employment, too.

Ex-felon employment resources are available. There are organizations that help ex-offenders find felony friendly jobs. Call your state employment agency and ask about resources for felony jobs in your area.

There are some jobs for felons that are normally open available even to those of us with a colored past. These include truck driving, moving services, pizza delivery, food service jobs (wait staff, counter attendants, bus staff, etc.), construction work and other similar felony jobs.

Although most people prefer a stable job as an employee, it’s worth it to look into the possibility of being self-employed. That way you won’t need to find felon friendly jobs since you will be creating a job for yourself.

Apply to as many felony jobs as you can. This is a cliche but it doesn’t mean it isn’t true: the most important thing is to keep trying and to stay positive. If you become bitter and angry then it will become that much harder to find felony jobs. You may have to settle for a job that is less than what you feel you deserve. Hang in there and work hard. Once you have built up a good work history then it will be easier to find better felony jobs.

To learn more on finding high paying felon jobs click here: http://www.JobsforFelons101.com/Felony-Jobs

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Question by sherrispears2003: How do I get a job with a felony on my record?
I use to be a property manager after I served time and then I got laid off due to a budget cut in the payroll department. Recently I have been to 10 job interviews and they all tell me the same thing and that is I have all the qualifications they are looking for but they can’t hire me due to my criminal record. I need some advice on how to expunge my records.

Best answer:

Answer by r c
get a new birth certificate ….with that get a new social security
number and a new drivers license
a new identity

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