Best thing to do is shape up, clean up. Volunteer for community service; ask the parole officer for appropriate services- sex offenders, for example, have to stay away from schools, etc. or face a parole violation. Note this on a job application. Looks good. Clean up your image, and the rest can follow. Look for ways to amend for your crime(s). You can start to garner respect from others and yourself. Life starts to get easier. You stay out of trouble. Consider strongly going to college. Do something with your life. You'll feel better, like you have a place and a plan. And you'll live longer.
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!!
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
Depends on the sort of job you want and the sort of person (e.g. laid back or go-getter) you are.
You shoudn't be be a felony in the first place.
No it is not a felony. But if they do a back ground check they will see the felony and question you about it.
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.
having a felony
No, you can not!
It all depends on the nature of the felony.most places WILL NOT hire anyone with a felony.some places wont hire you with certain types of felonies.for example: say you have a felony drug charge, you would never be able to get a job in a place that distributes over the counter medications.
Yes you can! Most real work from home jobs end up being network marketing or MLM companies which do not require a background check of any sort.
It depends on what type of job you are applying for. If it's a childcare job, then probably not.
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).
Become a professional criminal
Felony convictions don't "go away". You cannot be discriminated against for having a felony on your record for "most jobs".