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Finding work after a domestic violence conviction

| Dec 21, 2017 | Domestic Violence |

When Texas residents are convicted of domestic violence, they may not always consider how this conviction will affect their life. Getting a job can sometimes be more difficult when a person has a domestic violence conviction on their record and it is important for people to know what they can do to gain employment.

While some people might expect to get a job with a high salary, this may not always be possible. Chron.com says that some people may need to work their way up to higher positions. This can be the case even if someone had higher position and salary before their conviction. Some people may want to accept smaller jobs, as these can help demonstrate that a person is reliable and worthy of a higher salary. It is also a good idea to ask a probation officer about local companies who hire people with a criminal record.

When people attend job interviews after a domestic violence conviction, it is important for them to appear professional. This can help hiring managers see that someone is a great candidate for a position. People should usually make sure they dress in business attire, smile and shake hands.

While some people may want to hide their conviction, this is not recommended. According to Career Trend, people should typically explain what happened and how their behavior has changed since the conviction. In some situations, it may be possible for the charges to be removed from a person’s record. In this situation, most employers would not see domestic violence charges on a record. However, this information is usually still available to law enforcement.

 

 

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