Are you looking for a job service that provides employment guidance for felons? If so, you’ll want to consider the options made available thru the online North Dakota work force portals. Typically, people who have felonies will look for work using services like Careerbuilder.com, Monster.com, or even local staffing services for felons. But, in recent months, we’ve heard that more and more felons, across the country, are finding jobs through Indeed.com. Because the job search portal at Indeed.com works as an aggregator of jobs all over the web, there are greater opportunities for finding jobs that typically are overlooked by other North Dakota job searchers. If you are looking for jobs in the oil fields, which are wide open in the Dakotas, the search portal at Indeed.com will provide those job leads. To find them, simply type in the city, zip code, or county of North Dakota that you live in. Or, if you prefer, simply type in “North Dakota” in the location area and then use “oil jobs” as the search term for the jobs section.
This should return a whole variety of job leads in North Dakota that felons can consider. The jobs will range from entry level work to work that is designed for educated and highly skilled oil field workers. No matter what your background, if you have an interest in working in a lucrative career in the oil or natural gas industry, this should hold some promise for you.
Are you looking for a stable job with a high income earning potential? If so, you may want to consider relocating to the state of North Dakota. As reported in MSNBC.com today, the state of North Dakota has the lowest unemployment rate and the highest rate of hiring. For people with felony convictions, this is very promising as it means there are more job opportunities opened up to you. Most jobs, as we now, are coming from the North Dakota oil fields and, in many cases, you do not need any prior experience to find these jobs. While the Fair Credit Reporting Act, in North Dakota, permits these employers to run background checks, most oil field employers will hire convicted felons if the felony is more than five (5) years old. So, if you are willing to relocate, and if you are interested in working in lucrative careers in North Dakota, then consider the option to apply for jobs in the oil fields. These jobs can be found through Indeed.com, CareerBuilder.com, or by contacting staffing agencies that help place workers in the oil field positions.
If you have experience in these types of jobs, you’ll have a much better response to your application but even without experience, you’ll often get a call because jobs are wide open and applicants are low – creating an employee market for finding jobs in this current year.