Would you hire a felon if its been over 20 years since last conviction

By Anonymous . Created on Sep 20, 2019
Felons with a purpose
Lifestyle 618 votes | 27 Comments
I would because people can change their lives . your past doesnt make you who u are

I would because people can change their lives . your past doesnt make you who u are

Yes

Yes

Sometimes not possible the way certain statutes are written.

Sometimes not possible the way certain statutes are written.

on Sep 20, 2019
It would depend upon the job, and the circumstance

It would depend upon the job, and the circumstance

By Toad
on Sep 21, 2019
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Yes
Angie86 said 4 days ago
I made a poll similar to this one as well. I am a felon and I've turned my life around, but I am 33 and still can't seem to find a serious career. I feel like it is so hard to find that one special job. That special job that doesn't see your past but what your future holds for them and myself.
Sometimes not possible the way certain statutes are written.
Ana said 3 weeks ago
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It would depend upon the job, and the circumstance
Anonymous said on Sep 26, 2019
I'd give it a try....second chances!
It would depend upon the job, and the circumstance
Chuck said on Sep 24, 2019
If they are a democrat, no.
Yes
Anonymous said on Sep 23, 2019
Forgiveness is the only way to move forward.
I would because people can change their lives . your past doesnt make you who u are
Anonymous said on Sep 23, 2019
I think people should always get a second chance unless that person prove's to be unwilling to change for the better.
Yes
Anonymous said on Sep 23, 2019
everyone deserves a second chance
Yes
Marcus said on Sep 23, 2019
Better a convicted felon than the unknown quantity that's been successfully getting away with it for the last 20 years.