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From the reasearch I've already done, it seems that this is mostly a problem for those in professions like teaching, politics, and other jobs where one has to interact with children or be a "role model." I couldn't find any information about software development, though, so I thought I'd ask here.I'm aware that once something is on the internet, it's impossible to get rid of it.Also, since I would obviously have to pay taxes on the income, there would be a paper trail (a 1099) that would show up if an employer took the time to look.How likely would this be to show up on the type of background check that your average software company runs?
Don't let the questions of the limiting factors based on how other people or groups think obscure the basic truth that it's you that has to live in your own skin.
Better to just be sure you're not ashamed of what you do. There's a nebulous point between "not sharing all the nitty gritty details of one's life" and sharing relevant information so that it's not a huge dirty secret.
If it's something in your far distant past, it's likely that no one will really care.
I'm currently in school studying for a BS in Computer Science.
I have a job to help cover my expenses, but it doesn't pay enough, it's stressful, and the hours are inconvienient.