Not generally, though in some cases, yes, a bankruptcy could impede getting certain jobs
For instance, Casino employees are often required to submit to pre-employment background checks. Some may not hire an individual with a bankruptcy while others may only stipulate a recent or on-going bankruptcy. Essentially, financial businesses often restrict employment of persons with bankruptcies but aside from these, it should not be an issue. If you are currently employed and concerned that your bankruptcy could be an issue, you should check with your Human Resources Department for a conclusive answer.
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