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i just want to know that if you have two employers on you credit file  is it helpful or is it damaging.pls need suggetion.because one of my employer is about year and other one about 4mths.but have one  previous employers which is 3yrs,currently there is only two employer in my file which is the previous and the current.and have two jobs should i called the bureaus to get them added or not.and is it going to affect me in future credit search
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Re: help

Employment history or even that you have a job has zero effect on your FICO score.
 
A mortgage company would be interested in in your employment history.
 
Some CCCs ask about your yearly salary.
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