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SAID ABDOU

اسعد الله أيامكم بالفعل لقد لدمت على مئات الوظائف لكن لم احلى بعمل

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Jason Emmons

I’m a number 6. The neglected obstacle of having a felony on your record for the 26 years following a fateful day in your youth where you made a poor decision that, due to drug use, bad luck, and outdated laws, is treated as an unforgivable and irreversible flaw in one’s personality instead of as a trial-and-error-esque growing experience.

Having to explain to employers that because I moved to a metropolitan area - and am gay…- I was bound to make a dumb decision revolving around meth…is incredibly daunting and difficult while trying to maintain a professional demeanor and reputation. I’m a felon. I really don’t feel like it, since all I did was hurt myself with my stupid mistakes as a college student, but because of the jail time, court appearances, drug rehab, urine screens, and MAJOR downgrade to my overall income level…I do feel like it.

At least, I feel like it when I have to explain my years of experience in data analytics to a confused recruiter for a package handling job at Amazon.

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Phoebe Allex

I have found that things I learned at my old work have helped. Like "looking outside the box" maybe it something that you did not think was for you does work now. Looking at the glass of water as "half full instead of half empty" Might be missing something for a new career but what is my half full. What can I bring, how have I grown, what have I learned.

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Natasha Saurina

4 and 5

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Natasha Saurina

4 and 5

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Danielle Pinkney

4

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Sheila Ritter

I dont have a resume. I dont remember dates of jobs and i never have been any good at writing resumes and i total stink at interviews because i cant sell myself, no self esteem. I really want to work from home.

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Adam Meints

I'm a number 4. I can get an interview but they either don't get back to me or maybe I'm terrible at interviewing

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