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  • EJ4
    Anyone know felony friendly (violent) jobs available in the Washington DC? I had a job but the contract ended and I need to support my family!
    14 hours 38 minutes ago
  • Any one know of apartments in Colorado accepting felons?
    16 hours 19 minutes ago
  • Anyone know who is felon friendly (non violent and non drug related, class 6) and hiring in Mesa, Gilbert, Tempe, Queen Creek or even Central Phoenix? Single mom and I'm desperate for a job!
    pelvizo Aamco
    Ace Hardware
    Allstate Insurance Company
    American Greetings
    Andersen Windows
    Apple Inc.
    Avon Products
    Bed, Bath & Beyond
    Best Western
    Black & Decker
    Braum’s Inc.
    Budget Rent-A-Car
    Buffalo Wild Wings
    Cambell’s Soup
    Carl’s Jr.
    Carrier Corporation
    Caterpillar Inc.
    Community Education Centers
    ConAgra Foods
    Dairy Queen
    Deer Park Spring Water co.
    Delta Faucets
    Dole Food Company
    Dollar Rent-A-Car
    Dollar Tree
    Divizio Industries
    Dr. Pepper
    Dunlop Tires
    Dunkin’ Donuts
    Embassy Suites

    Felony friendly jobs in AZ ~Good Luck!
  • , HERU, lbarlow24, pbenton1971, dianesmith3, davidburnell, lookin4acareer, tawandatoney joined the group The Nolef Group
  • I'm looking for any type of job's in Cleveland, Ohio I'm a very hard worker and please don't judge me on my felony cause it was a honest mistake.
  • Felon looking for work In The. Salt lake and Ogden Utah area
  • anyone from the phoenix area know where a person with a violent felony and lots of tattoos can get a job? Ive been turned down just about everywhere
  • I am looking for housing in the Dayton Ohio area that will accept felons. Anyone know of any places
    2 days ago
  • not sure how all this works either, cant see my messages! i just saw something about u starting your own business! good luck to you! but i live in florida! NC too far away LOL
    2 days ago
  • Glad to be here. !st one was just messed up
    2 days ago
  • Stuckintyme is friends with tracyrickrob
  • new @ this figure out group and invites soon have to for now fortunately I gig this afternoon. I'll bookmark for now, found the friend thing.
    2 days ago
  • Okay...Nice pic
    2 days ago
  • go to b here
    2 days ago
  • My older brother asked me the other day if I had found a job yet. I told him no. Every time they get my background back they don't hire me. He told me there has to be a way for the Equal Employment Opportunity to help get me a job. Well, I talked to an Attorney and he said that because of the fact that my arrest record is public information, the EEO is not responsible for ex-felons not getting a job. And that if the business does not want to hire ex-felons it is not part of the EEO and therefore is not a Discrimination cases.

    Go figure, right? Any way, there are a million NO's out there and there are some YES's. Our challenge as ex-Felons, is to find that YES!

    It is hard, tiring, and depressing, but we have to inform each other when we get down and out, and when we think that we have a job. Just if we are smart and think about things and take our time and go day by day, we will make things better.

    We were at the bottom of our hole when we were in prison or jail. Now all we have to do is start climbing the walls step by step and do not stop for anything.

    I have put in I know a 1000 apps and resumes since I got out in January. But you know what, I refuse to let the system and society stop me. I need to help my 72 year old mother pay her bills and mine. Which right now she is paying. It is killing me for her to pay this stuff. I did the crime and should be able to pay for it myself, not letting her pay it for me. She loves to go to flea markets and that is where she needs to be spending her money. Not on my restitution, fees, and fines. It is not right!

    If you guys know of places that hire ex-felons put your apps in. And even if you think they don't they might just surprise you.

    But tell them that you can get bonded, and that the IRS will give them a one-time tax credit of $2,400.00 for each ex-felon they hire. And the United States Department of Labor will bond us at no cost to the employer. But we got to get hired before we get bonded.

    Good luck, and God Bless. I'll keep all of you in my prayers to find employment and housing!
    3 days ago
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