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Felony conviction and the future

Ken wrote:

I was convicted of a sex offense in 1993, I got out of prison and off parole in 2000. I've not got a family my own home and haven't been in trouble with the law.

I have a chance to go to school for a new job opportunity because I was injured on my job and am gonna be unable to do my line of work for the rest of my life. I don't wanna waste two years of my life going to school to be retrained for a new job if I'm not gonna be able to get a job in that field, so do you have any suggestions on what I can do?

Dear Ken

Not sure why you'd be wasting two years and not able to get a job. Is the retraining for a job that the felony conviction cuts you off from?

If so, surely you can change the course to one that does give you opportunities. You got a job before, until your injury ... why wouldn't you get another job, so long as you choose a job you can do. And will be allowed to do?

If I'm missing something, come back - but from what you say, retraining can only be an opportunity. Up to you to make it a good one.

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