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jizzle08 in Tampa, Florida

111 months ago

Anna in Middle Village, New York said: Hi Tyrone...I have a couple of questions? Why would you falsify the pawn form? Did you tell the police who gave you the stolen stuff? Did you kick the $hit out of the guy who gave it to you? Good luck!

I pawned the camera for someone who i thought was a good friend but im not a snitch ima just charge it to the game and wacth who my reals friends are. But as for im he's locked up now but ima be waitin for him.

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Bernard in Cleveland, Ohio

111 months ago

First of all, i wouldnt tell no one that i was waiting on anyone, second, no way in the world i would take something from someone else to the Pawn shop, he could have done so himself. So, it aint about you charging to the game, the game will charge you

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cindy in Atlanta, Georgia

111 months ago

i know i am tired of "charging it to the game" the game has taken all its going to take from me in one life time... i dont want anything to do with it ever again!!

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Anna in Middle Village, New York

111 months ago

Hi Jizzle08! I don't get the whole thing about not being a snitch...you'd rather be risk your future? Man, I don't give a $hit how "good" of a friend ANYONE is to me, I won't mess up my future and then on top of that see that person walking free while I have to deal with the legal bull$hit not to mention the possibility of going to jail for him!! So now here you are...not able to get a job, got a record that will follow you around for life. I don't understand how you could see that as being fair to yourself. If that person was really your friend he wouldn't have ever put you in that position. Oh well, no use crying over something that can't be changed. I wish you the best of luck...and make sure you stay away from negative people...and don't do anymore favors! lol. :o)

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James in Saint Marys, Ohio

111 months ago

Good information in Winterville, Georgia said: Thanks for the info. I will never spend another dime at Denny's. I sure don't want a criminal cooking my food.

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What a self-righteous putts...

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me in Hamden, Connecticut

111 months ago

Good information in Winterville, Georgia said: Thanks for the info. I will never spend another dime at Denny's. I sure don't want a criminal cooking my food.

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BOY, WE ALL KNOW YOU ARE A MIDDLE AGED WHITE MAN, WHO WAS SPOON FED HIS WHOLE LIFE.

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Miller in Fort Smith, Arkansas

111 months ago

Martisa Hunt in Rochester, Michigan said: Hi severeal years ago i was in a domestic violence relationship and i ended up assaulting my assaulter and i
got in trouble for that I have a lot of
work experience in light industrial general labor machine operator assembly
sorting and housekeping supervisor,but
i cant find a job because everyone does
backround checks.I dont think that's
fair if you dont give people a chance
how will you ever know how good of a
worker you passed up.What should i do?

America is unkind, even cruel to its citizens, or at least our laws are cruel. The honest truth is that once one commit a crime, American Society won't let you back up. You are forever more degraded to the roll of a second class citizen. It's as ugly as that. America talks about caring, about justice, mercy and forgivness, but will do nothing to help. Trust me, I watched a loved one go through the prison system, and is still going through the heart-ache of having his future robbed from him. My father-in-law spent five years in prison. The man who went to prison was succesful, provided for his family and never lacked for jobs. The man released five years later can hardly find enough work to keep food on the table. He works. But he will never find the jobs he had before. Good luck in the future. You have a long, hard climb ahead of you. You will never get justice for what the law has done to you. But if you keep trying, keep getting up after each rejection you will win in the end. Success is the best revenge. Prove them wrong. Don't give up.

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Miller in Fort Smith, Arkansas

111 months ago

mother of a felon in Lansing, Michigan said: YOU pompus Snob. Everyone makes a mistake now and then. For you to sit here and judge these folks who are trying to turn their lives around is unacceptable. I feel sorry for you and those like you. Didn't anyone ever give you a second chance? Everyone deserves a second chance!

I agree. It is because of fools like you that America has the largest prison population in the world. I just hope that some day you slip up and no one is there to help you. You should learn to use mercy, compassion and forgiveness for a change.

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Tell Me something good in Houston, Texas

111 months ago

Good information in Winterville, Georgia said: Thanks for the info. I will never spend another dime at Denny's. I sure don't want a criminal cooking my food.

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you are so dumb. get off this site. this is for people who has a second chance to live and they don't need you abusing them.

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taylor in Tulsa, Oklahoma

111 months ago

my conviction was 10 years ago for spanking my children and i am still raising them. I was on probation for less than 5 yrs. but had a 5 year probation sentence- due to good conduct, i was released early (13 months). since my conviction in 1998. I am still having a very difficult time finding work regardless of my education and previous work experience and recent schooling.

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Eric in Atlantic City, New Jersey

111 months ago

If you get a chance, check out my blog. It has a lot of useful information.

helpforexoffenders.wordpress.com

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Anna in Middle Village, New York

111 months ago

Hi Taylor! You went to jail for spanking your kids??? Holy cow! Maybe if more kids got spankings less of them would be so disrespectful as they are nowadays. It's so amazing that we parents cannot parent our kids. I'm not talking about kicking the crap out of our kids, but spanking them if they misbehave. Do you tell them what you were arrested for? Aside from you looking to work with kids, I can't understand why they won't hire you. Keep your head up, and continue to go the right way. Go to a headhunter (a person who could help you find a job) or to a temp agency, maybe someone will get to know you for you and will hire you on a permanent basis. Good Luck!! :o)

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michelle in Cleveland, Ohio

111 months ago

I can't believe we are still allowing the 'jerk' who wrote the narrow minded comment re: Denny's hiring practices still annoy us!
We need to concentrate our efforts and resources to finding more employment avenues and approaching legislators to help us tear down the current barriers.
Right now thousands of ex-offenders are desperate for work. Ohio appears in the top ten poverty-stricken states; so the odds are even worse for those with a one or more felonies. 2100 Lakeside Place is a resource,as is Towards Employment and Goodwill Industries...

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Don LaCombe in Keller, Texas

111 months ago

The fact of the matter is we as a society trying to do the right thing to protect our children while at school and camp and other such places and in doing so we have given the Child Protection Service (CPS) "Family Destruction Service" way too much power. And now they get involved anytime anything happens concerning a child. The teachers make them write journals at school about anything that is on their mind and than the teachers thinking they know what is best for your child will interpret the journals and make their opinions known by others including CPS if they deem it neccessary. So I have instucted my adult children to teach my grandchildren to use the Privavy Act of 1971 and tell anyone wanting to ask them questions they must do so in front of mom or dad or not at all. Good luck getting the communist CPS to see the light. These are my opinions and not meant to offend anyone just stating what I see going on in our great country.

Thanks,

Don

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cynthia hunter in West Haven, Connecticut

111 months ago

I think person did there time,sould have a chance to have a new life and sould let GOD be the only judge they paid the so allow them to give back.

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cynthia hunter in West Haven, Connecticut

111 months ago

Martisa Hunt in Rochester, Michigan said: Hi severeal years ago i was in a domestic violence relationship and i ended up assaulting my assaulter and i
got in trouble for that I have a lot of
work experience in light industrial general labor machine operator assembly
sorting and housekeping supervisor,but
i cant find a job because everyone does
backround checks.I dont think that's
fair if you dont give people a chance
how will you ever know how good of a
worker you passed up.What should i do?

Keep the faith it will happen

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kristine in Tampa, Florida

111 months ago

Good information in Winterville, Georgia said: Thanks for the info. I will never spend another dime at Denny's. I sure don't want a criminal cooking my food.

Please let us all know if you folks get jobs at other businesses so we can avoid those as well.

thats a very ignorent thing to say...people make mistakes...but i guess your name is god and your allowed to pass judgement...get a life its people like you that make us give up on trying to improve our live you cant undo the past but you can fight like hell for a better future...

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kristine in Tampa, Florida

111 months ago

my boyfriend has a non violent felony offence from when he was 18 and has not been able to find a steady job..he is so tired of being shot down does anyone know where he can find someone that would even consider his record rather than laughing in his face like the denny's pig.he has not been to prison but he is on probation.just a really great guy who made a horrible mistake.

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Don LaCombe in Keller, Texas

111 months ago

My best guess friend is going into Real-Estate Investing. I don't know of anyone who ever had to do a background to buy or sell real-estate. You could even make money just putting buyers and sellers together kind of like a broker but without all the red tape. I have pending charges in my background and hve not found a permanent position myself or through a temp service with exception of with Manpower but working at Motorola packing phones 11 hours a night. That got old so I quit. I'm now working 2 days a week at $28 an hour but who knows what will happen after I go to court if it's not dropped by than. Good luck on your efforts.

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Cindy in Middle Village, New York

111 months ago

I came across this website. After reading how people have so many problems getting jobs after getting arrested. My husband is in the insurance business and asked him if he would hire someone who has an arrest record. He said no. I asked why, and he said that he is not allowed to hire anyone with an arrest record. Everyone in the financial institutuions fingerprint potential employees, including someone taking a receptionist position!! Because it's a business where they are handling other people's money, they can't take a chance on hiring someone with an arrest record. I asked ANY arrest record? and he said, there may be a gray area, like someone getting arrested on a DUI,or something that didn't include an arrest for fraud, selling or the use of drugs, murder (I'm sure that also includes assault...I'm sure the boss doesn't want to worry about someone losing their temper and beating the crap out of him if he fire the worker.) I feel bad, but I guess when our parents told us to stay out of trouble because it will come back and bite you in the butt, they were speaking the truth. Maybe everyone on here could help prevent younger adults and teens making the same mistake that they made. You could help save a life by talking about all the problems you are having finding a decent paying jobs because of the dumb mistake you made when you were younger. They may listen to someone who's been there and done that, and when they realize what their life could become if they get caught, they may think differently! I wish everyone the best of luck! :o)

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Eric in Atlantic City, New Jersey

111 months ago

I work with ex-offenders every day and the overwhelming number of them are drug offenders who got into the game to support their own habits or to emulate a lifestyle that the media has sold them on either by music videos or the film industry. Scarface is the most quoted movie in history by the way. This lifestyle that the media sells makes no mention of education or family values. Let's couple this with something I'll call the "Prison Industrial Complex." The prison industry is the second fastest growing industry in America behind the casino industry. Manuel Noriega could probably tell you more about how drugs get onto our streets but he can't because he has been held without trial for 17 years (hmmmmmmmmmmm.) Just a little insight on the problem.

I now teach ex-offenders skills and attitudes that help them rise above thier indivual situations.

If you get a chance feel free to check out my blog:

helpforexoffenders.wordpress.com

Live victoriously

Eric

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A bunch of Bull in Covington, Kentucky

111 months ago

Cindy in Middle Village, New York said: I came across this website. After reading how people have so many problems getting jobs after getting arrested. My husband is in the insurance business and asked him if he would hire someone who has an arrest record. He said no. I asked why, and he said that he is not allowed to hire anyone with an arrest record. Everyone in the financial institutuions fingerprint potential employees, including someone taking a receptionist position!! Because it's a business where they are handling other people's money, they can't take a chance on hiring someone with an arrest record. I asked ANY arrest record? and he said, there may be a gray area, like someone getting arrested on a DUI,or something that didn't include an arrest for fraud, selling or the use of drugs, murder (I'm sure that also includes assault...I'm sure the boss doesn't want to worry about someone losing their temper and beating the crap out of him if he fire the worker.) I feel bad, but I guess when our parents told us to stay out of trouble because it will come back and bite you in the butt, they were speaking the truth. Maybe everyone on here could help prevent younger adults and teens making the same mistake that they made. You could help save a life by talking about all the problems you are having finding a decent paying jobs because of the dumb mistake you made when you were younger. They may listen to someone who's been there and done that, and when they realize what their life could become if they get caught, they may think differently! I wish everyone the best of luck! :o)

I disagree, if your a felony on a severe charge I can see. But if you have something on your background that is minor or that has been dismissed and you can explain,even provide a letter from the attorney, there should be a give in point with background check this also includes credit.

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Becky in Newport News, Virginia

110 months ago

I think it is very nice of places to give ex- felons a job. They have to take care of there family's and they have done there time. Sometime it is best to give them a job. When they go back to jail your tax money is taking care of them. Now I no why our jails are so full because we want give ex-felons a job. I Think most of you out there need to walk in there shoes for a few day and see how you like it. If it was not for family this person would be in bad shape. It is time to fix this. Our jails are full and we need to do something to fix it. Jail is not always the answer to every thing. And most of the Commonwealth attorneys need to find a new job they don't know what they are doing.

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Jennifer in Akron, Ohio

110 months ago

Good information in Winterville, Georgia said: Thanks for the info. I will never spend another dime at Denny's. I sure don't want a criminal cooking my food.

Please let us all know if you folks get jobs at other businesses so we can avoid those as well.

And who made you God, the one and only judge over all? You too will be judged for that comment by the great and almighty on judgement day. People deserve a second chance.

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Don LaCombe in Keller, Texas

110 months ago

I find that people who make the bigest stink against an issue are the bigest offenders of the very same issue. Bottom line like Elvis said "Clean up your own backyard you tend to your business and I'll tend to mine."

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Becky in Newport News, Virginia

110 months ago

First of all I am not the one with the felon but I do try to help this person because he needs job and he did his time and wants to work and loves doing things for others. Look at all the people who don't want to work and they live off of us every day. So we all need to clean up our back yard and then may be we can be better people not judge people.

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Becky in Newport News, Virginia

110 months ago

Martisa Hunt in Rochester, Michigan said: Hi severeal years ago i was in a domestic violence relationship and i ended up assaulting my assaulter and i
got in trouble for that I have a lot of
work experience in light industrial general labor machine operator assembly
sorting and housekeping supervisor,but
i cant find a job because everyone does
backround checks.I dont think that's
fair if you dont give people a chance
how will you ever know how good of a
worker you passed up.What should i do?

I wish you the best but I don't thinks things are going to change any time soon. I have a very good friend who is walking in your shoes. He wants a job so bad and but he is not going to give up so don't.

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Becky in Newport News, Virginia

110 months ago

Good information in Winterville, Georgia said: Thanks for the info. I will never spend another dime at Denny's. I sure don't want a criminal cooking my food.

Please let us all know if you folks get jobs at other businesses so we can avoid those as well.

I think you need to stay at home and look at yourself. Who made you the better person. You need to give up your job and your family and better yet maybe you need to walk in there shoes. You need help and I hope you get it soon. Maybe you need to clean up your back yard. You must not have many friends. If you do you better do a background check. Good luck with your life and we all wish you best. Please go get help do it for your family and friends. Life is to short.

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Don LaCombe in Keller, Texas

110 months ago

My statement was directed at the narrow minded puke who says he won't eat at Denny's anymore.

The problem with our society today is states make money off of people confined and to that end they like the prisons full. Texas used to be known for oil now it's known for over populated prisons. I might add that the one DA who has taken a stand against innocent people serving time and has had 18 cases overturned so far is now under fire for BS. This country is supposed to be "By the People and For the People" but yet the city councils in all the cities make the final approval. That is why nothing gets done right in our government. I served 20 years in this great nation and it sickens me to see our country becomming what I served to prevent. Communist

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Cindy in Middle Village, New York

110 months ago

Oh My GOD!!!! Please everyone...get over that person's remark. Unfortunately, there are people who feel the way that man feels. I would say most people feel that way...until they have someone in their own family end up in jail. Ignore his comment and please move on!

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a mother in North Port, Florida

110 months ago

Good information in Winterville, Georgia said: Thanks for the info. I will never spend another dime at Denny's. I sure don't want a criminal cooking my food.

Please let us all know if you folks get jobs at other businesses so we can avoid those as well.

You have got to be kidding me...your a idiot, do you have any idea how many people could be convicted, if they were caught. To include the police, they have some of the worst people employed. So your saying you would rather have someone who has yet to get caught wait on you? Your a complete dumbass, there are good people who have made bad decisions and now are trust worthy people, these are the ones that have learned the most and most likely given the chance will be the best person to work for a company. Most were just young and stupid influenced by their friends, but now have regret. l should not even waste my time with perfect people like you, lam sure you never had one thought or bad action that someone would raise an eyebrow to, if only we were all so lucky. wow your amazing, maybe we should get on our knees for you. l can only pray you get a clue and a heart.

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a mother in North Port, Florida

110 months ago

Don LaCombe in Keller, Texas said: My statement was directed at the narrow minded puke who says he won't eat at Denny's anymore.

The problem with our society today is states make money off of people confined and to that end they like the prisons full. Texas used to be known for oil now it's known for over populated prisons. I might add that the one DA who has taken a stand against innocent people serving time and has had 18 cases overturned so far is now under fire for BS. This country is supposed to be "By the People and For the People" but yet the city councils in all the cities make the final approval. That is why nothing gets done right in our government. I served 20 years in this great nation and it sickens me to see our country becomming what I served to prevent. Communist

Wow..l so agree with you.

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a mother in North Port, Florida

110 months ago

Cindy in Middle Village, New York said: Oh My GOD!!!! Please everyone...get over that person's remark. Unfortunately, there are people who feel the way that man feels. I would say most people feel that way...until they have someone in their own family end up in jail. Ignore his comment and please move on!

let people say what they want, it makes them and me feel better. Thats one thing they can not take away.

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Bernard in Cleveland, Ohio

110 months ago

Thats the kind of Talk we need from you Young lady and others and move on!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Cindy in Middle Village, New York

110 months ago

a mother in North Port, Florida said: let people say what they want, it makes them and me feel better. Thats one thing they can not take away.

Okay...let people say what they want...but understand that person who said what he said about ex-felons working @ Denny's said what HE wanted to say...and he had the right to say it. People should respect ALL points of view even if you don't agree with it. Most of us had parents who raised us telling us not to get into trouble, to go to school and be a good citizen. Those of us who decided to go down the wrong path, and got caught...well, it's no one's fault but our own. WE are the ones that wanted to HARD HEADED and not listen to them. So now we are the ones who are reaping what we sowed. We can't be pissed at people who decided to go down the right path and didn't get into trouble. I think it's unfair that people judge us, but everyone judges everyone else...and yes, they feel they are better than us because they went down the right path and kept themselves out of trouble. They are the ones out there getting the jobs we can't because of the stupid decisions we made. All I know is that I use my experience to teach my kids and my nieces and nephews to stay out of trouble, and what will happen to them if they decide to go down the wrong path. I tell them how I am judged for having a record, and how I can't get a job. So instead of hating on someone who feels that they don't want to associate with ex-felons, we should figure out what to do with ourselves, and stop wasting energy by blaming others for where WE put ourselves by not listening to those who loved us and REALLY cared about us enough to tell us NOT to do stupid, illegal stuff. We chose to listen to our "FRIENDS" and do something illegal and be dumb enough to get caught. Now we are living with the consequences. It $ucks but it's the bed we made and we have to lie in it.

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Minginc in Lakeland, Florida

110 months ago

I am willing to help and educate people about opportunities.

You can email me at: m337her@yahoo.com

Thanks!

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Becky in Newport News, Virginia

110 months ago

Sir,
You better stay home and not go out anymore. Better yet you better give up life as you see it because you may need to eat some time. Who grows your food ? Who puts on your table ? Who makes your cloths? Think before you talk. You need to walk in there shoes for a week and try to feed your family. You may need to give up your job because you will not be able to leave your house.
good luck you need it.

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Becky in Newport News, Virginia

110 months ago

They did clean up there back yard and people still want give them a job. So may be we all need to clean up everything.

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Becky in Newport News, Virginia

110 months ago

you need to give up your job because you will never leave it anymore and you will not need it because you will not need to go shopping or need to buy any food. Now how do you tell your kids you can not buy them anything because you to do not have a job because you can leave your house or better yet you can' t kept your house because you don't know who help with it. So you need to give up life now and find a new place to live but please check it out first.

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THE TRUTH in Cleveland, Ohio

110 months ago

For many years I have often hear people say they had done things in their past that had they been caught, they would today be labeled a felon. And yet no one thinks bad of them or mistrusts them in anyway. However, many of those same people today, think little of sitting in judgment over people for offenses that many of them committed in their past. Obviously forgetting a lesson taught by Jesus Christ when he said “He who is without sin let him cast the first stone.”

Nonetheless, today millions of Americans, like blacks were discriminated against because of the color of their skin, and women because of being female and homosexuals because of being gay, are being denied the “pursuit of happiness” as promised us in the “Bill of Rights” because they are human.

What man or woman today, can look back on their life and say “I haven’t changed, I am the same as I was in my teens, twenties or thirties?” and yet people whom were convicted of felons are treated as though they have never changed or paid any price for the offense (s) they committed.

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Anne in Mcdonough, Georgia

110 months ago

Good information in Winterville, Georgia said: Thanks for the info. I will never spend another dime at Denny's. I sure don't want a criminal cooking my food.

Please let us all know if you folks get jobs at other businesses so we can avoid those as well.

May God soften your heart and pray you never get into a tough situation. I would never let you serve me food.

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Employer in Lakeland, Florida

110 months ago

I am looking for a few people to join my team. Now looking for motivated individuals who has the desire to achieve high success. Salaries varied, depending on experience.

If interested email me, m337her@yahoo.com.

Thanks!

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BelievePublications@*****.*** in Atlantic City, New Jersey

110 months ago

there is a lot of great information for ex-offenders looking for jobs at my blog:

helpforexoffenders.wordpress.com

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Sympathetic in Ossining, New York

110 months ago

As another responder mentioned your best bet is to go into business for yourself or become an independent contractor. These are difficult for the non-entrepeneaur but they are your best bet. Once you put 7 years between yourself and a felony conviction, you'll be okay.

Never lie or fudge your information on your resume. If the company is doing a background check, they will find that out too.

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sherry in Fort Worth, Texas

110 months ago

Candie M. Martin said: Where can I send my resume?

sherry here im 43 i have an old felony my sister was rapped at 14 by a perv i beat him up and he passed now im a felon i never went to jail because the guy was a felon for police assult and drugs but never the less its relly caused me problems see i have no brothers to help and my daughters father left us when i was preg, so ive struggled a little bit any way if any one needs help i dont have email but i have a phone for now 817 491-3996

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sherry in Fort Worth, Texas

110 months ago

actually i live in roanoke the annexed part new community near kelleyrs anyway my so to speak crime was 23 yrs ago and i always get turned down for work.IT WILL NEVER GET BETTER ONCE YOU HAVE A RECORD.

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Becky in Newport News, Virginia

110 months ago

you must be some kind of nut. You must not going to come out of your house again or better yet are you going to give up your job. How are you going to take care of your family now. I know you are going to sleep on the street. See you don't know who built your house or made your car or who got your food to the stores. Now you are no better than a felon. But then again he is better than you. He wants a job and he or she does not care you cook his food . you need to grow up and think you could walk in his or her shoes one day. How do you tell your kids I am sorry but I can't give you a house a new pair of shoes or better yet I can't even feed you because I can't find a job so we have to live on the street. So next time you get in the car where are you going you don't have anyplace to go. You don't have a job. You need to stop and give people a change in life I do. And I love my life I just hope people wake up soon.

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Anarda falcon in Hialeah, Florida

110 months ago

I am in Miami/florida, female 46 looking for work and can't find one because of my record. If anyone out there can direct
me to the right place in miami where i could go to find work
I would greatly be indebted.

Thank You
Deperate To Work

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Becky in Newport News, Virginia

110 months ago

you need help now I just hope it is not to late. Or better yet you can't help because they may have a rap sheet. So now you may have to give up your job because you don't who built your house or made your car. Or better the food you buy at the store how did it get there? Did you check it out first? So how do you plan on take care of your family? So you don't plan on going out to eat very much do you. Because you will have to live on the street but then again it may not be safe there. You need to wake up and look around you. You may be a felony also. I do wish you and your family the best because you need help fast.

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A felon in Columbia, Tennessee

109 months ago

Good information in Winterville, Georgia said: Thanks for the info. I will never spend another dime at Denny's. I sure don't want a criminal cooking my food.

Please let us all know if you folks get jobs at other businesses so we can avoid those as well.

WOW! what an ass. That's an ignorant comment. Im a felon and am working as a NURSE!!! The best nurse by the way. Most people do have previous convictions but it dont always make them a bad person. For the people out there having a hard time getting a job, never give up. Asswholes like this prick that wrote this comment want you to give up. Its hard to get back on track but keep trying.

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