Jobs for Felons

Having trouble finding a job as a convicted ex-felon? Unsure of what federal, and state programs there are, to help a convicted felon find jobs? Find Jobs, and companies that hire felons, view Federal Programs designed to help felons get hired at a job, as well as other information for convicted felons in your state, and city, on the jobs for felons network!


Looking for an apartment, condo, or house as a convicted felon, and don't know who will accept you? Been turned down because you are a convicted felon, and in need of a home or apt? View rental properties that accept convicted felons with this jobs & homes listing, along with Federal Programs, and other information. All housing properties have full control over who they accept.

Choose your State, in the main menu above, to start browsing the jobs, housing, and federal programs for felons listing. Be sure to check larger companies, that hire felons, in your state, before checking your city. We are a newer free service, and do not have a full job and housing for felons listings for every city yet; however, we are growing daily, and encourage you to check back often, for new felons jobs and felon friendly housing listings.
  • JRiver sex offenders groups
    2 months ago

    so, hi. i recently discovered this site, and im glad i did however im not sure how helpful it will be. i was released from prison in 2014 and i had one job but because i wear a gps monitor it caused complications that could have easily been avoided had my probation officer been more knowledgeable about the equipment. so now i have been unemployed for almost four years. i dont have any degrees because i went in to prison at age 18 to 25. i am intelligent and learn quickly, i have a strong work ethic and i believe in God, however, despite all these things the only part of me that a potential employer sees is my record. the political stance is that our children need to be protected therefore all sex offenders must be ostracized from society. which is utter nonsense of course because the statistics clearly state that sex offenders have the lowest percentage of recidivism in the country. i am not sure where to go from here, but any advice would be greatly appreciated

    Lifeability Realistically, this site will be of limited help - few people still come here. So many things go into getting a job - it depends on your local job market, your skills, and of course how you present yourself. A good job coach can help you with that last part. Being able to tell your story is critical for folks with a criminal history, even more with a sex offense. A certificate from completing treatment has also been very helpful for a number of my clients.
    2 months ago
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