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I'm a carpenter, I typically work in mill work settings. I don't drive, I don't go to construction sites, etc. I've applied to over 400 companies, only 19 have called back., only 2 have interviewed me after being told I'm a PERFECT fit. I fully disclolse my 2009 DUI and then BAM i'm no longer qualified. I asked why that was (because I was just a perfect match until the DUI thing came up) and they just tell me "we've decided your record is an issue for us" So I asked what a old DUI has to do with a job I'm NOT required to drive for, there fore doesn't have any impact on the company...they wont answer. I've read that your record can't be held against you only if your conviction is related to the duties and responsibilities of the job you are seeking and in these cases it's not.
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