Your credit score has a surprising impact on many decisions you’ll make in life, from applying for a loan to renting a new apartment. If you’ve ever suffered from poor credit, as many people have at one time or another, you’re probably all to aware of the impact it can have as you attempt to make financial strides. But now, poor credit goes beyond keeping you from getting a loan, it can keep you from getting a job.
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I dont know about cost you a job. But it sure can hurt your job prospects. I looks for months for a new job but was constantly being turned down due to my bad credit score. I finally hired Lexington Law and they helped me get my score up. I suggest you do the same. It will make your life so much better.
Good point Seth!