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As for the question:
As unemployment rates are at a stake, many companies are inspecting their future of employees financial records. At times it can surely get personal - in my own opinion.
The Chief Executive Officer, or the employer usually may alter their opinion towards the employee if their notice that he/she is from a low income family (in most countries citizens making less than $20,000/year are considered to be "poor")
I think it is personal.
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