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6 Best Healthcare Jobs for Felons and People with Misdemeanors

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If what you need is a list of felony friendly medical careers, you’ve come to the right place because here are 6 best healthcare jobs for felons and people with misdemeanors!

There are more healthcare jobs for convicted felons out there than you might expect. You just need to know where to look, and, obviously, you’ve come to the right place. Truth be told, once you’re marked as a felon and you have a police record, the opportunities suddenly narrow down. Certain positions simply don’t accept ex-felons, and it largely depends on the country where you are applying for the job. Finding a job in medicine when you have served some time in prison can be quite disturbing both for the ex-convicts and their employers or customers. Still, it’s not impossible.

6 Best Healthcare Jobs for Felons and People with Misdemeanors

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While trying to pin down nursing jobs for felons and similar healthcare professions, we checked what opportunities are out there in the medical field at Phlebotomy ExaminerWashington ExaminerTrade Schools and Jail to Job and decided on the acceptable jobs. Can a convicted felon work in healthcare? Certainly, there’s no doubt about it. What he or she will be employed, is another question. As far as the USA is concerned, it all comes down to which city or state you are applying in. What is acceptable in one state can be completely unthinkable in the other. The situation is similar all over the world. In our research, we focused on the US as the country which actually has decent programs for felon inclusion and has a high awareness of the necessity to provide second chances for people with misdemeanors. Can a convicted felon become a phlebotomist? That’s rather debatable. According to our sources, it isn’t practically impossible, but it is very, very hard. Since the chances of employment are rather deterring, we ruled this option out. It doesn’t really qualify to be the best option if the odds are too much against you. As for the rest of the jobs out there, nothing in particular stands in your way apart from some training or education. Therefore, we assume they are equally easy/difficult to obtain. In this case, the best job was the one that offered the highest salary. Once you get that job, your past won’t matter anymore (at least when it comes to finances – everyone is paid the same for the same job). The highest salary is actually annual median salary, and the data was provided by Medical Billing and Coding Online, Salary, and Payscale.

By the way, there has been a lot of interest whether a felon can be a CNA, by which people usually mean Certified Nursing Assistant. The answer is yes, but the salary wasn’t big enough for our list. The median salary of a CNA is $31,369 per year.

If by any chance you’re put off by the requirements or salaries for these occupations, then how about our list of profitable low cost business ideas for felons? Being your own boss certainly has its perks.

Hopefully, your CV is already prepared. Without further ado, here are 6 best healthcare jobs for felons and people with misdemeanors.

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