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Do they hire felons? Not discharged due to legal financial obligations? Over ten years has passed?

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  • They do hire felons. But it depends what felony and how long has it been since your lsst felony

  • It’s not all about the “color” of your skin. Same thing happened to my sister. She had a misdemeanor 12 years ago and she didn’t disclose it. They found out and she didn’t get the job. Depends on who’s doing the hiring. She was also honest from the get.

  • I know someone who is contracted to haul mail in an 18 wheeler. He goes inside the post offices. His felonies are 20 years old, but they are heavy ones. He passed a postal background. He hauls registered mail and all that.

  • A person with felony just from DUI about 8 years ago, has since been sober, and no other crime, should definitely be hired. He or she should be given a chance...hired.

  • Yes you can be hired with a felony depending on the charge.

  • How do they contact you if about of you passed background check?

  • I got offered the position I accepted drug tested was honest about my background and they said no go because of a felony from 2008

  • Yes they do hire felons here in Wisconsin I have a misdemeanor that’s 13 years old and they took the job back from me I was totally honest about it so it depends on your color of your skin.

  • Got a job offer usps took drug screen past forgot about mismeanor 18 years ago showed up on background check would they still hired

  • Depends on the upper management. In my district you can get hired with anything but assault, and a DUI.

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