If you’re looking to make your career soar, then the airline industry may be a good place for you to look for a job. We know what you’re thinking: Does Southwest Airlines hire felons?
Southwest Airlines is a major airline with thousands of flights. For anyone interested in the airline business or working at an airport, this article will help you with every step of applying, from the application to the interview. We’ll address the following questions, and more:
- Does Southwest Airlines hire people with misdemeanors?
- Do they have special programs for hiring felons?
- Is it possible to get a job at Southwest with a felony?
- Does Southwest Airlines do background checks?
- Will my felony disqualify me?
Former felons have a hard time finding work, in general, but the airline industry in particular may be a tough nut to crack. How do we know? Our team directly contacted Southwest Airlines to ask them about their hiring policies for former offenders, and we’ve done a ton of research about the company to get a real feel for working for them.
This is something we’ve done more than 1,000 times across the US, so we really know what we’re talking about when it comes to the national job market and the odds former felons have of landing a job.
Why do we care? Our team has many former felons on it, as well as professionals who have worked closely with former felons for years, which means we understand the obstacles you face on the job hunt. We’re here to help! Now we’ll get to all the questions and answers about getting a job with this airline.