Not a very good one. Employers are hesitant to hire convicted felons because of concerns about reliability and honesty. In exchange for being willing to hire a convicted felon, employers expect to pay less. After getting out of prison, felons continue to pay for their crime. On the one hand it's unfortunate for the Ex-Con, but on the other hand you can't blame the employer for wanting something for being willing to take the risk. The person would be unable to obtain a position in law enforcement, security agencies (such as Brinks), most financial institutions, and those professions similar. For the most part in private business it is up to the person who decides who should be hired. It might also depend upon the terms of the person's release or probation, for instance a felony that involved a crime against a minor would negate any type of employment relating to or being in the proximity of children. Several times courts have found hotel or restaurant employers liable when employees with prior convictions commited a crime against a customer or co-worker, so they will NEVER hire someone with a felony conviction. Hospitals also hesitate.
When a person has a felony, what are their limits? Whae can they do and not do? Can they buy a house? Get a high paying job?
They can't vote, be a juror, or get a good job!!
It depends on what kind of job you're interested in, where you will be working, and who does the hiring (The USAF itself, or a civilian contractor).
Contact the John Howard Society.
more than likely no
When the person doing the background check is not doing their job properly. A felony will show up forever.
No a person with a felony cannot work as a bus driver. I tried with Channelview ISD and i knew the super
what is the job of the Mississippi state treasurer
depends mainly on the business owner. Whether or not he/she wants to take a chance with that person. Of course this business would have to be private, not many corporate companies would even consider a felon. This person getting a job at all, will depend greatly on his or hers attitude towards success.
You shoudn't be be a felony in the first place.
it depens on what kind of job
those who are qualified
No it is not a felony. But if they do a back ground check they will see the felony and question you about it.
What kind of person would be interested in isotherms?
Yes and no. While it is considered descrimination, most employers do not want felons as part of their staff.
Then there will be two felony counts on your record. It will probably affect your job and any job applications you submit in the future and on your driving record.
It depends what kind of person you are, if you are like me. Then the Hotest job would be "Hot Topic."
i am a person that lost my job . what kind of grant is for me
having a felony
No, you can not!