Does Bad Credit Make You A Bad Employee?

More Americans With Bad Credit Are no credit check electronics Getting Auto Loans

What your credit score says about you Here are the traits that did seem to be linked to credit scores: Conscientiousness: Employers care about this one. And employees with higher credit scores tended to also score higher on conscientiousness on the personality test. Loyalty: Workers with higher credit scores scored higher on a scale of “organizational citizenship,” and were more likely to show loyalty to their employers. Agreeableness: Nope, people with higher credit scores are not nicer.
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Bad credit? Subprime auto loans may be your answer! 408 Witmer Street Cambridge N3H 4R7 519-653-1212 View our Profile Page Waterloo Region Record It can be extremely frustrating trying to get ahead of the game when you have bad credit. Applying for new loans can seem impossible since your history is visible to lending companies who can access you credit rating.
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Bad credit? Subprime auto loans may be your answer!

Prime loans make up 14.46% of new financing, and super prime loans account for 58.09%. Used-vehicle financing followed a similar pattern, with an increase in deep subprime, subprime and nonprime loans, and a decrease in prime and super prime loans. Subprime loans saw the largest increase up 2.55% and super prime loans decreased the most down 2.48%. A Seven-Year Low These changes in loan risk distribution coincided with a seven-year low in auto repossessions and 30-day delinquencies.
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