Apply for jobs with smaller organizations. Small businesses seldom conduct background checks unless there is a specific reason to do so. Owners hesitate to spend money on outside services and tend to trust their gut reactions when hiring people. Dealing directly with the owner, you can make your case in an informal setting.
Work as a self-employed person. In most situations, a self-employed person is judged on the quality of work accomplished and the reputation established with satisfied customers. Landscaping, home repair, installing roofing, etc., seldom requires a background check before the work is contracted.
Apply for difficult, dirty, dangerous jobs. If the work is hard and hazardous, employers are eager to find workers willing to do the job. Consequently, the employer welcomes all applicants and doesn't create obstacles for potential employees.
Apply for a job with someone who has successfully overcome problems of their own. If the person doing the hiring has struggled with problems similar to your own, he or she may give you an opportunity that would otherwise not be available. You may be able to meet potential employers by joining a self-help or support group.
There are ways. Good luck. Here's the site where I get this info from it's helpful : http://funadvice.com/r/3l9vaaeg83
Yeah, I wasgoing to say, on their applications, you have to check the box if you have been convicted of a crime, stalked anyone, ect. It's quite hilarious.
Most jobs, big or small will do a check. Many are starting credit checks now too...I'm so screwed lol.
nope, even they do background checks, as with any job where you may handle money.
Really? Sheesh. :/ What about construction, cleaning, or furniture factories?
Work as a ranch hand on a farm.