Felony charges can decrease the chances of getting jobs but you should not think negative. There are numerous companies available which hire felons. The only thing that you need is to be professional and optimistic about your skills and education. Certainly, with good working experience and practical skills, you will be having more chances of getting hired by these companies.
Have you ever picked a job based on the fact you were good at it but later found it made you miserable over time? When you select your career, there's a whole lot more to it than assessing your skills and matching them with a particular position. If you ignore your personality, it will hurt you long-term regardless of your skills or the job's pay.
One of the greatest traps is to believe that phones are not necessary for a job search. It is easy to see why some might come to this belief. For quick messages to a single contact, we have texts. E-mail and social networking can be used to send out mass invitations and inquiries. Your friends may be content with these forms of communication, but do professionals, who may hire you for your first job, agree? Based on how many job search engines there are, the answer may seem like a resounding "yes." However, personal experience has taught me that even the internet's vast landscape of information and resources needs to be supplemented by old-fashioned phone calls if you hope to have any lucking finding a job or internship.