Incredibly… the answer is yes. Nationwide Student Loan has found that many of the people who have acquired student loan debt did so due to a lack of career choices following graduation. Even with a 6 month stay to the start of the loan of repayment process, many students don’t find work in their field in that time frame, some that do end up in internships without pay and others simply take on lesser paying jobs to make ends meet.

So as debt is acquired due to a lack of options, your bad credit only makes it worse. Check out this article from monster.com to see how:

https://www.monster.com/career-advice/article/bad-credit-and-your-job-search

California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Oregon, Vermont or Washington deny credit checks for employment on the grounds of discrimination. That being said, the states that permit will present valid reasons to do so and you will be left with no other option other than saying… no. This can likely affect your standing with the company and your prospects as a future employee.

So how can Nationwide Student Loan help you with your student loan debt and thereby possibly increasing your job options?

It’s easy. It starts with a phone call and a few minutes of your time with no commitment. If we can help you, we’ll tell you. The process is easy and we make it as manageable as possible for our clients. Although the process of managing your debt can affect your credit score on the onset of the process, overall… eliminating your debt will provide you with many more options to not have this kind of worry. Send us a message or give us a call. Either way, hope to hear from you soon!