Short Answer: Some felons can become a nurse while others will never get that chance. As with many instances involving felons, the answer can be complicated…but “in general,” yes, a felon can become a nurse five years after the completion of their sentence (which includes parole, if that was part of the sentence).
Becoming a cop with a felony is nearly impossible for most felons but in some instances it has happened. If you are serious about pursuing a law enforcement career we highly suggest that talk to an attorney about having your record sealed or expunged. In this article we will take an in depth look at […]
Many felons have a hard time find good jobs and may be wondering “does the post office hire felons?” The short answer is yes but with caveats. Some felons may be able to work for the post office while others may not due to a variety of reasons that are detailed in this article.
Starting a small business is hard enough without having to worry about money. Help For Felons ONLY recommends getting small business loans for felons after you have come up with a well thought out and practical small business plan. Most small businesses will fail within two years, do your part by researching your business well […]
Looking for a job but have a felony conviction? It can be really hard for some felons to find a job, any job just to get some traction and start moving forward through life. Our organization Help For Felons is here to answer your questions like “does Applebee’s hire felons.”
Restaurants are one of the better employment choices for felons particularly if you need a job quickly. Many felons have a hard time finding a job that will hire them due to background checks and unfair hiring policies. In this article we will answer the question “does IHOP hire felons.”
So you are wanting to work for Best Buy but are worried that your felony record may keep you from getting hired. It can be difficult finding a job with a felony on your record but it is not impossible. Let’s explore what we the question, “does best buy hire felons.”
As you already know it is very hard to find a job that will hire you if you are a convicted felon. There are a few second chance jobs for felons out there but to be honest they are few and far between. Below we have outlined the easiest places for a felon to get […]
As you most likely already know it can be hard to find a job as a felon. We are sorry but AutoZone does not hire felons as far as we know. They do an extensive background check via a third party and will not hire you if anything shows up, including misdemeanors (other than traffic). If […]
Amazon is one of America’s largest employers. Many felons seeking jobs may be asking the question, does Amazon hire felons? The answer is yes, Amazon does hire felons. Your eligibility for employment will depend on the type and time since you were convicted of the felony.
Finding a job as a felon can be hard, frustrating and downright miserable at times. Our organization, Help For Felons is here to support felons by providing information about jobs and other felon related issues. In the below article we will answer the question; does Walgreens hire felons?
Finding a job as felon can be a job within itself as you already know. Our organization, Help For Felons provides information regarding jobs and other felon needs. In this article we will answer the question; Does Kroger hire felons?
As you most likely already know it can be really tough to find a job as a felon in today’s world. Don’t lose hope though because there are companies out there that will hire you. In the below article we will answer the question does UPS hire felons.
If you are wondering if Costo hires felons or not that most likely means you have been to prison, served your time and repaid your debt to society. Now everything is good and you can simply move on from whatever you did… right? As you already know that’s not the way it works in the […]
Home Depot is one of America’s largest employers and attracts thousands of applicants a year, including felons. Home Depot will hire felons but is selective when doing so. Factors for employment consideration will include the time since conviction, type of felony and how well you can explain your past.