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Having a job gives a person a sense of self-worth, but sometimes an employer will unlawfully discriminate against a person at work for different reasons—including age, where a person is from, gender, or disability. To feel like they are part of society, a person with a criminal history needs to be able to work and vote. Sometimes a person needs to get a new name for protection. This section talks about the kinds of discrimination a person may experience at work, how to deal with a criminal history that stands in the way of getting work and being able to vote by getting an expungement.