Can you get a professional job with theft misdemeanor in Mass?
Sure. A store owner or manager can hire anyone he or she wants to. That said, it's also his/her responsibility to make wise choices. If you owned a retail store, would you hire someone that has stolen from another retail establishment? So, to more directly answer your question; yes, you can get a retail job with a misdemeanor retail theft but it will be difficult.
If you have a misdemeanor 1 and are expecting a misdemeanor 2 will you ever get a job in a hospital setting?
it depends on what your misdemeanor is and what your position requires. Theft for a job to handle money, you're out of luck. Regular security where you may need a gun and may drive. With a non-violent, non-theft misdemeanor; just say you were young and dumb. In reality, shell out 200-300 to get an expungement. The money you save in the long run will let it pay for itself.
Thats a Definite No. Employers will likely check your criminal record like the one done by owners of apartments they wont allow you when you have a criminal record... Added: The first answer is an OPINION only. There is no definitive way to answer your question. The hiring practices of any corporation are their own, and no generalized answer can cover all variables.
Unfortunate, but true - it DOES make the job search somewhat more difficult. Especially in periods of tight employment when there are so many otherwise qualified individuals in the marketplace competing for the same job. The more serious the crime the more difficult the job search. BURGLARY is a FELONY offense, whereas THEFT is a misdemeanor (lesser) offense. However, if you have some particular special skill which is in demand it may not be that…
You live in Pennsylvania can a misdemeanor retail theft be taken off your record does it stop you from getting a job in law enforcement?
A misdemeanor conviction is not a bar to most jobs, although the type of misdemeanor is a factor. If the offense involves theft, the unlawful use of drugs, or sexual misconduct, it may be classified a crime of "moral turpitude" and make you ineligible for some occupations involving significant trust. A conviction for driving under the influence, reckless driving, or hit-and-run can disqualify you for some jobs where driving is part of your duties. If…
What if.....? Sounds like you might want to start looking for another job that doesn't involve being bonded. Once your current employer finds out that you have a theft charge while employed and bonded by them (even if the theft didn't occur on the job), chances are you're done. If you apply for another job that involves a background check, you're going to have a problem because the theft charge will now be on your…
I plan to apply for a job working where they are building a new Intel building. It is through a temp. service. The problem is when I was 18 I got a carrying concealed weapon charge (misdemeanor) for having a pocket knife that was not visible. I wanted to know if that will prevent me from getting the job or not. Thanks.