We offer links to online application pages and printable job application forms from our comprehensive database. We feature information on 1,500 popular companies in major industries such as fast food, retail, grocery stores, hotels and restaurants. Each company listed has a page which includes company history, service offered and common job opportunities. https://www.job-applications.com/
We feel strongly that opportunity belongs to all, and that an individual should never be limited by their economic status, race, sexual orientation, gender, who you know, where you went to school, or where you’re from.
Glassdoor is one of the fastest growing jobs and recruiting sites. It holds a growing database of millions of company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, benefits reviews, office photos and more. No other site allows you to see which employers are hiring, what it’s really like to work or interview there according to employees, and how much you could earn.
A resource “website created by a few folks who have personally watched their loved ones struggle to get a job due to having a felony.” They share their free reentry employment guide here. Check out their website or their Facebook page for more information: http://jobsforfelonshub.com/start-here/
We have personally contacted each company for information regarding jobs for felons. https://successfulrelease.com/jobs-for-felons/
Guide to Finding a Job Through Networking https://successfulrelease.com/who-hires-felons-where-to-network-to-find-jobs-for-felons/
https://www.ficgn.org/job-leads Discover career-related jobs that welcome formerly incarcerated applicants and see the value in your lived experience.
Toll-Free Number: 1-800-414-5748 If you are looking for employment, Jobline is a free public service available on the telephone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. New jobs are listed on the system each day, and jobs that are filled are removed. All that is required is a touch-tone telephone to establish your personalized job-search profile. The system is designed for you to use each day during your job search.
An official website of the United States government https://www.usajobs.gov/
All of these websites have thousands of jobs available at different employability levels.
www.idealist.org Jobs, Internships and Volunteer Opportunities (that can sometimes turn in to jobs…)
https://www.bridgespan.org/jobs/nonprofit-jobs/nonprofit-job-board Bridgespan: Non-profit job board
Jobs for people 50+ yrs of age
Gary can find you a better truck driving job, with or without a CDL.
More information about trucking / driving jobs:
For an interesting temp option, you can check out the Craigslist in your area under ‘Gigs’. You’ll find opportunities that include moving furniture, doing yard work for a few hours, car dismantling, CDL temporary jobs, staff for weekend events, handyperson, cleaning, carpentry, welding, electrical, plumbing, painting, brand ambassadors (reps) and much more. Many of these gigs have opportunities that can turn into jobs.
It’s not easy, but for the creative, courageous and tenacious, it’s often the right thing to do. Here are a few documents to help you get started.
Give employers tools and information to help them hire you.
Put together a successful job search with resources on resumes, interviewing, networking and finding job openings.