I'm not sure, based upon the information you have provided, what specific charge you are asking about. If you could find the charging document--usually called the "information" or "complaint"--and provide exactly what the charge is called, preferably with the statutory citation--the part that has an "RCW" followed by a series of numbers and periods--and I may be able to answer your question.
As to your second question--about whether it may affect a person's ability to get a job--the answer is that it depends. Depends upon how serious the crime charged is (your felony/misdemeanor question). Depends upon how serious the crime of *conviction* is. And depends upon what the job is. Some employers prefer people who have never been charged or convicted of *any* crime. Others are only concerned with the more serious crimes, or crimes related to the job. A retail establishment may not care, for example, if you're involved in a bar fight and end up convicted of an assault, but doesn't want to hire anyone with a theft conviction, regardless of the specifics.
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