In most cases, yes, LA Times will hire convicted felons. LA Times makes hiring decisions differently for each individual. LA Times considers many factors when making a hiring decision. These factors include not only your experience and skills, but type type of conviction(s) you have (felony and/or misdemeanor), the number of convictions you have, and your time since release from supervision.
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