No you ca not. It is ilegal.
This shouldn't prevent you from getting a job. They are only seriously looking at felonies. A misdemeanor can be as simple as a traffic violation.
Probably, but it really depends upon the employer and in some context the reason for the misdemeanor. I
A misdemeanor will stay on your record permanently unless it is expunged. A misdemeanor will not usually hurt your credit or ability to find a job.
Professional aptitude is the capability of a worker to do a particular job. If you have professional aptitude, you have the capacity to perform a particular professional job.
I have applied for a job that checks your background for felony and misdemeanor charges. I recently found that I have a contempt of court fine for a seat belt ticket in NJ. Is this a misdemeanor?
depends on the employer. and what the crime is .
No you dont
A misdemeanor of public intoxication could prevent a person from getting a job in Tennessee. The choice to overlook the charge depends on the policy of the company.
Yes, they will not consider you if you have any felony's on your record; however, if the misdemeanor is a violent one, then you may have a problem.
A person can get a medical license even if they have a misdemeanor on their record. However, a person could have trouble finding a job.
It is a case by case basis. It is possible to get a job if they don't run an intense background check or if they don't mind misdemeanors. However, many nurses cannot get a job with a misdemeanor on their record. You can so metes appeal to the nursing board.
Can u work at a casino when u have a misdemenor
I am trying to find out the same thing. As soon as I find out I will definitely let you know. It also depends on what kind of misdemeanor.
Ali's job was as a Professional boxer and it was his only job
one becomes a professional at any job by knowing all the tricks and things about the job. if you have a real passion for what you are doing it can be very easy. but if you know everything there is to know about that one job you can become a professional at it .
Possibly, but not necessarily.
depends on what county. but where I live a misdemeanor is always on your record, but its better than having a felony so you will still be able to get a job.
A person should answer truthfully when answers questions about misdemeanor convictions on a job application. It is important to list the details and the dates that the convictions occurred.
How do you explain misdemeanor assault charge on a job application without making yourself look even worse?