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Can an Employer Deny Me a Job Because of My Bad Credit?


Can an Employer Deny Me a Job Because of My Bad Credit?

The answer to this question is yes. An employer can legally deny you a job based on bad credit in some circumstances, depending on the laws in your state and what type of position you are applying for. Employers typically consider an applicant's financial history when making hiring decisions, especially if the job involves handling money or confidential information. This means that having bad credit can negatively affect your chances of getting hired, regardless of your qualifications and experience.


Employers may conduct background checks which include a review of an applicant’s credit score and other financial information such as bankruptcies, late payments, collections or judgments from creditors. If any negative findings appear on the report, it could disqualify them from consideration for the position they are seeking.




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