Would you hire someone who has a felony conviction?

ABOVE, THE DECEMBER GRADUATES of the Pivot the Hustle Career Readiness Program of Roger Williams University with Adriana I. Dawson. The program provides contemporary workforce preparation for minimum-security inmates in work release. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF CONTINUING STUDIES
THE DECEMBER GRADUATES of the Pivot the Hustle Career Readiness Program of Roger Williams University with Adriana I. Dawson. The program provides contemporary workforce preparation for minimum-security inmates in work release in Rhode Island./COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF CONTINUING STUDIES
With the U.S. unemployment rate falling below what the Federal Reserve considers full employment, many companies are finding it difficult to fill job openings they have as a result of the continuing recovery from the Great Recession. Industries with severe worker shortages, such as construction, are recruiting inmates who have taken technical job skills classes…

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