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A 2nd chance to work

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

It can be a tough world out there when it comes to landing a job. It can be even tougher if you have had a prior conviction.

Groups like Second Chance Tucson are hoping to help men and women that have a criminal record. Tuesday, Sept. 27 they hosted their third annual job fair.

It began with a resource fair and orientation. Potential employees learned about Second Chance and what they do.

It also gave the men and women a chance to learn a few things about meeting with an employer. From writing a resume to learning how to sell yourself to an employer.

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