How I got my foot in the door when I couldn't get a job the normal way
by Mr. Man
(Daytona Beach Fl)
Well, I've read all comments. I hate to say it but there's no hope for us felons. Now days it's all about who you know and of course money talks.
When times were rough and couldn't find a job I would go to different places and find out who's been there the longest, who's closest to the person that does the hiring or even see if the person hiring don't mind making some extra money and if so I'm usually willing to pay anywhere from $100 to $200 to who ever gets my foot in the door then once I'm in I'll be working my way up the ladder.
If all else fails then, like any man you gotta do what you gotta do to feed your family. Make sure you master it and be the best and know when to say enough is enough and start investing. BUT FOR ALL YOU BELIEVERS PUT GOD FIRST AND ASK HIM AND YOU SHALL RECEIVE. BUT YOU MUST BE A BELIEVER AND HAVE FAITH.