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What employers in Cleveland Ohio other then McDonald's hires convicted felons?
What employers in Cleveland Ohio hires convicted felons?
What employers will hire convicted felons in Nashville Tennessee?
List of employers who hire convicted felons in West Palm Beach Florida?
What employers in louisville Kentucky will hire convicted felons?
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What percentage of the National Football League are convicted felons?
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Is bow hunting allowed in Maryland for convicted felons?
Any specific employers who will hire convicted felons in Chicago?
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Who are convicted felons currently serving in the us house and senate?
What jobs can't you get if you've had felonies?
Asked in Hunting and Shooting, State Laws, Arkansas
Can a convicted felon bow hunt in Arkansas?
No, a convicted felon cannot participate in any activity involving a gun. Convicted Felons do not have the right to bear arms. Nor can they vote, or run for office. It is also hard for them to find a well paid job. Most employers will not hire convicted felons. !st, a bow is not a gun. 2nd, a convicted felon CAN vote, once they are off paper, (released from all supervision) Don't know about running for office... seems they would fit right in though. 3rd, there are well paying jobs out there for convicted felons, not all employers are so closed minded that they won't give a guy/gal a chance.
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What employers in northern Kentucky will hire convicted felons?
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Are there agencies that help convicted felons in Virginia find work?
What kind of jobs can convicted felons get in Alabama?
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How is it that employers can legally discriminate against convicted felons even if they have paid their debt to society?
The most reliable predictor of future behavior is past behavior. When an employer hires someone they are investing in that person and want a reliable employee. Employers know that often convicted felons have problems other than the fact that they committed a crime. These problems can lead someone to offend. Some examples are poor decision making skills, drug and alcohol abuse, impulsiveness, and anger control issues. What guarantee does the convicted felon have that they have changed? Employers do not want to deal with these problems at the workplace.