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There are many job opportunities for workers with felony records. Common positions held by felons include truck driver, warehouse worker, customer service representative, welder, construction worker, laborer and salesper... More »

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Convicted felons can find employers willing to hire them through a number of online resources, including Exoffenders and Xamire. Job seekers can also save time by applying to local businesses and avoiding jobs that unifo... More »

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Several companies are willing to hire employees with felony convictions in Columbus, Ohio, including Dairy Queen, Chase, Budget Rent a Car and Best Western. Columbus, Ohio is also home to many private employers who might... More »

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