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    Dec 10, 2009, 11:03 AM
    Assist for convict felons
    HI My husband has a record and can't find a good job where is a place where they are hiring he lives in Union County, NJ and what assistance is there out there for him.
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    Dec 11, 2009, 03:56 AM
    Hi, nycbt!

    Around here and in the Chicago, IL area, there's an organization that's called the Safer Foundation. Below, is the link for them. They help people who have records to re-enter society.

    Home - Safer Foundation

    If you contact them, they might be able to get you in touch with an organization around where you are.

    Also, most temp places that I know of test their applicants for various office skills as well as industrial knowledge and safety. So, you might want to also consider looking into the temp agencies.

    I wish and hope for only the best for you and your husband!

    Thanks!

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