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Background Checks

If you've gotten turned down for a job in MA, maybe the reason is because you have a poor driving record or a blemished background. A potential employer can say no for either reason, especially if it's for a Commercial Driver (CDL) position. If you think there might be something on your report that kept you out of the driver's seat, get a copy of your background check before you sit down for your next interview.




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Can Background Checks Be Inaccurate?

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