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Government workers loans are short or long-term loans for those working in an industry that is directly related to the government. The following categories are generally accepted for government worker loans:

  • Ambulance Authority
  • British Army
  • Citizens Advice Bureau
  • Civil Service
  • Country Court
  • Customs and Excise
  • Dentistry
  • Education
  • Education - State
  • Emergency Services
  • Environmental Health
  • Fire Service
  • Forestry
  • Government - UK
  • Harbour Authority
  • Harbour Board
  • Health Authority
  • Health Care - NHS
  • Health Care - Private
  • HM Forces
  • Hospital
  • Inland Revenue
  • Legal System
  • Library
  • Local Government
  • Local Government Authority
  • Merchant Navy
  • Military Police
  • Nursery
  • Nursery School
  • Nursing Home
  • Oceanographic Survey
  • Post Office
  • Public School
  • Public Transport
  • Rescue Services
  • River Authority
  • Royal Air Force
  • Royal Mint
  • Royal Navy
  • State School
  • Technical College
  • Tourist Board
  • University
  • Veterinary Surgeons
  • Sewage
  • Nuclear Energy
  • Water Industry
  • Gas Industry
  • Electricity Industry
  • Energy Supplier
  • Telecommunications
  • Railway
  • School
  • Home help services
  • Waste disposal
  • Residential home
  • Pharmaceutical supplier
  • Pharmacy
  • Law and order
  • Prison service
  • Nursery school
  • Refuse collection
  • Public school
  • Private school
  • School for performing arts
  • Music school
  • Coal industry
  • Food Production and Logistics
if you work in any of the industry sectors above, you may be eligible for personal. Loan amounts vary from £100 to £1,000 in your bank. Repayment terms can be from 1 to 36 months.

Accessing people applications using affordability information is essential for direct lenders. The process shows the disposable income which gives a clear indication of the likelihood of whether the loan can be repaid on time or not.

Many direct lenders are now advancing short-term loans for people with bad credit. As with other short-term loans, these loans are often for small amounts of money and highlight a short repayment period; normally around one month to up to 12 months. Particularly created for people with bad credit, certain short-term loans accommodate people with prompt access to funds in times of financial difficulties.

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