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The potential employer must get your consent before checking your credit report. The Credit Bureaus do not share your credit score with them but, a variation of your report showing what risk you represent. They cannot see what a lending institution would see.
Below are the states that have laws on the books prohibiting
Some employers use your credit report to assess their risk in hiring you . A history of negative public records or other derogatory marks could indicate to employers an applicant has a record of untrustworthiness and unsavory behavior. Especially if you are applying to the fields of government or medical work or for jobs in accounting and financial matters, these hold a great deal of responsibility.