Policymakers Divided on Health Jobs For Ex-Offenders

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With unemployment falling and workers hard to find, a growing number of health care employers are following the lead of Baltimore's Johns Hopkins Hospital and giving people with criminal records a second chance, hiring them mainly into entry-level jobs in food service, janitorial services and housekeeping, reports Stateline. Studies show that employees . . .

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