One of the most intangible and rarely understood aspects of job searching that plagues many applicants is how one’s credit score can influence their success. It’s frustrating enough that a lousy credit score can make securing loans and renting a house difficult, but the fact that it might also keep your finances in the red by inhibiting your odds of finding employment can be infuriating. But what if your bad credit isn’t the reason that you’re having difficulty finding employment? And if it is, what other steps can you take on determining where exactly things went wrong in your credit history? Find out if your credit score is hurting your job search:

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