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Depending on the position, many companies will view your credit report -- and they won't hire you if the score is low. If you know they're going to run a report, warn them in advance that your score isn't high but that youre working to repair it. Sometimes there are circumstances that are legit -- an illness, unemployed spouse, etc -- and they'll accept that rationale. Just be sure you're working on getting it cleaned up.