Jobs for Ex-Felons - Employment After a Felony Conviction

Obtaining a job after after a felony conviction can be difficult as background checks as the internet has made them increasingly easy to perform. On top of that more than 70% of employers are performing background checks to meet insurance requirements. Expungement of your felony will help with potential job prospects by removing your conviction, or the nature of the conviction from your record. However, if you are not eligible for felony expungement, you can seek the assistance of some of the organizations below.

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Employment Assistance for Ex-Felons

www.ceoworks.org
www.felonresources.com
www.oedworks.com/exoffender.htm
www.workforcelink.com/html/rio/default_rio.html
www.careeronestop.org
www.secondchancecenter.com/
www.hirenetwork.org
www.secondchancecenter.com/Phoenix_Felon_Employment.htm

Top 10 List

#10 Job - UPS Delivery Driver

UPS has been known to hire felons. They have moderate salaries and is a stable job to have.

#9 Job - Join the army

The army accepts people with criminal backgrounds, depending on the crime. Contact a recruiter to see if you qualify to join.

#8 Job - Truck driver

Many trucking companies are willing to hire felons. Most likely you will need to obtain a trucking license.

#7 Job - Start your own business

You can start your own business. One idea is to go to school to be a locksmith, and start your own company. Also consider getting a barber license.

#6 Job - Telephone Customer Service

Many companies are willing to hire felons for over the phone customer service, because you aren't dealing with the people in person.

#5 Job - Temp Agency

Temp agencies can occasionally find good work for you. Many times it will be day labor, so be in good physical shape.

#4 Job - Family business

See if you can work in a family or friend's business. They will be happy to hire you if you are willing to work hard. They will probably be glad to help you get back on your feet.

#3 Job - Independent Contractor

Many people will still use your services as long as you get the job done. If you work hard, it doesn't matter that you have a felony on your record.

#2 Job - Privately owned small businesses

Some chain businesses have rules against accepting felons. Small business owners are more likely to accept you. They will take more of a 'risk' in hiring employees, and you can be more personal with the business owner.

---> #1 Recommended Job - Online GPT Services <---

This is the best job for a felon, because it requires no screenings whether it be background checks, drug tests, etc. Everyone is accepted, and you work on your own time and you can work as much or as little as you want. Online 'GPT' or "Get-Paid-To" services offer a great way to make a few hundred dollars a month without spending a lot of time working. There are many GPT services available, some better then others. My experience with GPT services has been a great one, and I recommend this as the best job in my list of Top 10 Jobs for Felons.

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