The majority of background checks ran in the United States include: criminal record checks, education verifications, employment verifications, credit reports, and driving reports. Those are the majority of the searches or components that show up in your background check. What shows up in your background check also depends on the type of employer requesting the background check.
It’s obvious, but if you’re applying for a bus driver job, you’re probably going to have a background check that includes a motor vehicle or driving record report. If you’re applying for a job as a brain surgeon, you’re probably going to have a part of the report that includes a license to practice medicine in the United States.