The answer depends on what type of background check is being performed. There are service providers that offer menu-style background checks to meet the individual needs of different industries.
Something to keep in mind: many employers are now reviewing facebook pages as part of the hiring process.
Do not feel discouraged, there are plenty of people with foreclosures and evictions in their records right now. I am sure whomever is interviewing you knows at least two or three people that have gone through the situation. Be prepared with a sharp answer if the issue is brought up by the employer... keep it short and sweet, and maybe related to the subprime lending crisis, and you'll be fine.
I would agree with Ron Escobar. It is very unlikely they order that detailed report.....
Their hands are full with bigger 'issues', there are so many short sales, foreclosures, bankruptcies~ those records, i heard, might make a difference while applying for a job.
Let us know how it is going and Good luck!
There is a possibility your out of state eviction may show up on a detailed background check. Depending on the circumstances of the eviction, the saying of "honesty is the best policy" you may want to explain if there were extenuating circumstances of the eviction.
I have helped many people with foreclosures, bankruptcy, low credit scores etc. with their new life they are trying to rebuild.
Best of luck,
Eviction may show up on a background check. It also may show up on your credit report. It all depends where the court and/or landlord report the deficiency to and why you were evicted and if there was a default judgment entered against you.
Don't let that deter you from applying for a job. If it come up, just be upfront and tell them your reasons.
All the best,