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# What are the chances of locating a good job with a masters and bachelors degree but three misdemeanors and a deferred felony?

###### Wiki User

###### September 13, 2011 8:02PM

I'm in a similar situation. I have a Masters degree but I have 2

felonies on my record for theft. It's been hard finding a job and

also an apartment.

I have have g/f has a felony and she having hard time finding job

liked wht be the best possible way she could start looking for job

not having deal with felony charge.

I am from Jackson, Michigan I don't know laws but liked know how

they handle them here could u help me!Jason Delombarde

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