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What is preventing you from being employed?

Everyone has hurdles to jump over before finding that ideal career. These hurdles, also known as barriers, may prevent you from being employed. Some common barriers include no GED or high school diploma, lack of training, and childcare issues. Click here to identify and minimize your barriers.

Your situation is unique and you are not sure where to start. Remember that every employer is different. A pending charge or felony conviction is not the first thing that employers consider. Employers desire qualified, reliable employees. Do not narrow your search based on your legal situation. When job searching, try local job fairs and hiring events; state employment programs; and networking.

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