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Background Checks

A blemish isn't just a mark that shows up on our bodies. A blemish can also show up in a background check, causing a potential employer to easily turn someone down for a job if it shows a blemished background or a bad driving record. The bad driving record can hurt a potential candidate, especially if they're going for a CDL (Commercial Driver) position. If you think there might be something in your history that could keep you from getting a job, get a copy of your background check before heading to that interview.

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