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Apploi offers technology to turn more inmates into employees
Apploi offers technology to turn more inmates into employees

According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, newly released inmates are most likely to commit a crime in the first three days they walk out of jail.  There are probably plenty of reasons for that -- for starters, the easy availability of drugs and alcohol and the bad influence of former associates. Nevertheless, it stands to reason that someone who has a job waiting on his or her release has a greater chance of avoiding a quick return to the slammer than someone who doesn't. With that in mind, a New York-based startup called Apploi is offering to donate 50 of its employment kiosks to prisons, jails or reentry centers around the country. The kiosks let people...

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