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When facing challenges with your legal past, it's important to focus on showcasing your growth, skills, and qualifications. Highlight your strengths in your resume, cover letter, and during interviews. Consider seeking out employers who are known for offering second chances or partnering with organizations like Jobcase that support individuals with barriers to employment. Remember, your past does not define your future. Stay positive and persistent in your job search!

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I try say I am innocent but still in probation. It is not easy pass background check for jobs. Try cosmetology/ barber Owner never check background check.

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Looking for employment work very hard I keep a good pistive attitude and work we

I understand I did ten years mandatory in fla now I stay in ny I only been here 5 months put soooo many applications in haven't found one yet..

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