ANSWERS: 6
  • www.monster.com
  • I think if you are sincere and truly want to make a change, clean your heart of anything that is holding you back, you can find work. Good luck. Perhaps a good place to start would be your state unemployment bureau, they may be able to direct you.
  • Join the military.
  • I am also a felon and have served state and federal prison time, for drug trafficking, conspiracy and weapons charges. Upon my release from prison, I got involved in a program called Vocational Rehabilitation. It's a combination of counseling, career managment and other different government programs. Every state has their own program to help recently released individuals who are serious about changing their lives. I now work full time as a car salesman at a very big dealership in Myrtle Beach, S.C. All I can say is if you want something bad enough, you can achieve it, no matter what your situation is. Go out and get the job done and don't look for any hand outs. This is America and the sky is the limit.
  • hope your not a felon in the state of florida, voc rehab won't do sht for you!!!!!!!!!!!
  • check the yellow pages, M for mafia.

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