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Jobs for Felons: Five Things that get Ex-offenders and Felons Jobs   I talk to people with criminal records everyday and I see first hand how very difficult it is for them to get jobs. I see them run into roadblock after roadblock. There is good news. Ex-offenders and felons get hired everyday so it […]

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Job Fairs for Ex offenders and Felons   Job fairs can be an excellent option for ex offenders and felons looking for jobs. In addition to meeting prospective employers, felons can get valuable interview experience. A job fair, is an event held to help employers to quickly  identify qualified candidates for entry level jobs. Most […]

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Female Felons also Have Difficulty Finding Jobs   Hello, I am a 24 yr old female that has had a lot of trouble with the law, catching a Class B Burglary charge, a Class D Facilitation to Robbery and a few misdemeanor charges. Nobody will hire me and I’m just trying to turn my life […]

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Facts: Felons, Ex Offenders, Jobs and the Federal Bonding Program     Good Morning Mr. Mayo, I was just introduced to your website and all I can say is; “Please Help”. I live in the state of Georgia and 10 years ago I was charged with theft-by-taking and have been enrolled in the Federal Bonding […]

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Can Felons with DUI get Jobs?

by Eric Mayo April 12, 2014

Can Felons with DUI get Jobs?   Hello, My Husband has a felony and two DUIs. The last DUI was in 2010. He is having a terrible time finding a job. Our bills are backed up and and he is feeling really bad about it. I don’t know which is worse, the felony or the […]

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Job Search Help for a felon in Virginia

by Eric Mayo April 12, 2014

Job Search Help for a felon in Virginia   Hello Mr. Mayo, I hope you can give me some information.  I’m writing you looking for some help for my brother.  He will be coming home soon from doing a sentence of 18 months for possessing marijuana.  He is not a drug dealer.  He was doing […]

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