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Ruby Sue
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During my divorce, and after a 44 year spot free record, I now carry a couple of MD charges on my background that will be expunged in 3 years. With out having a vehicle at the moment, I have been looking for WFH opportunities with-in the medical community that I have been familiar with for the last 20+ years. I realize that may no longer be an option for me at this time, which may just be what forces me into another industry. I am always willing to learn new things and looking for a place where I can put in to use the 20+ years of customer service I also have under my belt. Would appreciate any information!! Thanks in advance. #jobsearch #advice #healthcare #careerchange #interview

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Michael FrashCommunity Specialist
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Hi I have two great resources for you: the work from home and second chances libraries. There are so many great articles and posts here. Good luck on your search

Hi I have two great resources for you: the work from home and second chances libraries. There are so many great articles and posts here. Good luck on your search

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Arnie Nelson

MD's if not gross MD's are no real big thing. You are employable in many fields. Dispatch for many company's need reliable people like you. God Bless, You will be okay...

MD's if not gross MD's are no real big thing. You are employable in many fields. Dispatch for many company's need reliable people like you. God Bless, You will be okay...

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Paul BakerCommunity Specialist
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You must be a customer service expert! I found this article, hope it helps.

You must be a customer service expert! I found this article, hope it helps.

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Balaji AryaCommunity Specialist
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That must be so frustrating. Keep at it -- it might help to look for jobs through friends or family to bypass roadblocks

That must be so frustrating. Keep at it -- it might help to look for jobs through friends or family to bypass roadblocks

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Ava Flores

If you have 20+ years experience within the medical community, you should be able to get a medical billing WFH job somewhere.

If you have 20+ years experience within the medical community, you should be able to get a medical billing WFH job somewhere.

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Laurie Sommers

Go on Youtube and Indeed girl!!! Two chicks with a side hustle are great they have new jobs several times a day!

Go on Youtube and Indeed girl!!! Two chicks with a side hustle are great they have new jobs several times a day!

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Kevin Vogel

Felonies on your record make it harder to get employed in certain fields such as medical. Even in security, it hurts cause I have 10 years in that field and a mistake from 20 years ago prohibit me from working in that field even when my felony has no bearing on that desired field.

Felonies on your record make it harder to get employed in certain fields such as medical. Even in security, it hurts cause I have 10 years in that field and a mistake from 20 years ago prohibit me from working in that field even when my felony has no bearing on that desired field.

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Victoria Schless

Hi, have you tried surveys or mystery shopping in the meantime? Ratracerebellion.com always came through in a pinch for pocket money for me.

Also, I flipped stuff on eBay for a while and it worked out well. It was sort of fun. Happy to share tips.

Just some ideas while you’re searching. Hope they help.

Many good things to you and for you. 🙏🏻

Hi, have you tried surveys or mystery shopping in the meantime? Ratracerebellion.com always came through in a pinch for pocket money for me.

Also, I flipped stuff on eBay for a while and it worked out well. It was sort of fun. Happy to share tips.

Just some ideas while you’re searching. Hope they help.

Many good things to you and for you. 🙏🏻

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Frank Dolese

Ruby, There are many companies on indeed and linkedin that actual state they will hire those with records and felons. They use the actual verbiage; those with prior records welcome to apply. You must search the job you prefer and find those second chance companies. I hope this was helpful. Good luck!

Ruby, There are many companies on indeed and linkedin that actual state they will hire those with records and felons. They use the actual verbiage; those with prior records welcome to apply. You must search the job you prefer and find those second chance companies. I hope this was helpful. Good luck!

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Frank Mckissick

I agree with Michael! These are the best suggestions that can work for you!

I agree with Michael! These are the best suggestions that can work for you!

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