« on: May 03, 2013, 04:43:00 pm »Message ID: 731485
It depends on what type of felony. If it is crimes against another person or anything violent, then you will have a hell of a time getting someone to trust you enough to hire you. If it was drugs and you got yourself straight through rehab, there are a number of companies that will hire. So people, pull your heads out of your *bleep*, and think twice before you act out against another by taking their property, or doing violence toward them. It will affect you in negative ways forever! As for your weak bible reference (Judge not or whatever you said) save it! This isn't about judging! It's about a crime you committed that was bad enough to get you convicted, and make you unable to get work. Now you are having to pay the consequences, and you want to cry about it. I heard no regret or remorse, only blaming others. When I worked as Deputy in the County jail, I heard that attitude all the time. It is called criminal thinking! Get right, do community volunteer work...feed the homeless at a soup kitchen, or something else that helps humanity. Build a resume of such acts of giving back, to present to a prospective employer. Develop some mental attitude of remorse ..not for your sad jobless existence, but true deep remorse for whoever or whatever you hurt however you hurt them. Develop honest regret that you chose a wrong turn in life...not because of all the grief it brought you, but because you failed at being a decent law abiding citizen. Change your heart and your behavior changes too.