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Can you get a professional job with a misdemeanor?

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Hey Jingli
2020-01-27 04:46:05
2020-01-27 04:46:05
Although a misdemeanor is not as serious as a felony, it may still limit your job prospects depending on the nature of the conviction. However, there are many career options which do not require background checks or have fewer background qualifications, which may be a good fit for you.
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