Overthinking Background Check
I really just am positing hoping to calm the nerves. I recently received a dream offer to become an Analyst at a BB in IB. Great references from within the firm, plus murdered the interviews and actually got a better position than what I applied for. Anyways, as I have seen with everyone else a little Background Check Stress.
I have no criminal record, fine credit, and didn't lie about my education. I accidentally left out the address I rented in college. I just put my home address and the place I'm living now. I never once changed my mailing, license, or that big stuff from my home address during college. This shouldn't be a big deal right? I understand the address stuff is to find criminal history in that state. Being that I rented in my college town Id assume criminal stuff will be searched from going to school in that state anyway.
Also like many others employment verifications. I really just quickly filled out the forum not thinking much of it. For some of my internships and work experiences from 3-4 years ago, I have no clue what the start/end dates were. So I just entered the beginning and end of the months. I'm also sure I have listed job titles differently than the official title. Nothing crazy like CEO vs analyst. Only one old sales job I started as an independent contractor, then halfway in the summer become an actual employee and took on other roles/titles. So I just combined that into a Sales and Service title. Nothing more than the little "fluff" to make everything read and look better. I'm super close with most of my old bosses. The majority besides that sales gig were small companies. Some were "unofficial" interns in the sense that I wasn't paid or had no w2, worked directly with Partners, and if I was paid I got venomed.
I really feel like I'm working myself up. I've read that HR and the hiring manager aren't looking to screw you over. Especially with an offer already out. Am I reading too much into the little things? I definitely feel like if there's an issue it is easily explainable/resolvable.
I'm tired of spending hours reading forums so thanks!