When you’re looking for a new job, you probably already know you need to polish your resume, practice your interview skills and put together a list of positive references. But there’s something else that might affect your ability to get hired: your credit. Many employers perform background checks on job candidates, including checking their credit reports. But they can’t see the same information that a lender or creditor can see when they pull...
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