Sunday, August 5, 2012

Excellent article on student loan debt that can take decades to pay back, even when the student finds a decent job.

A lot of stories about student loan debt focus on students who don't have jobs. One would think that if a person actually got a job, they could then pay down their student loan. 

However, some students might need time to either get a job, or work their way up to a decent paying job, and in the meantime, the interest rate charges keep accruing.

Connie Green is one such student. Even though she now has a good job, it may take her two decades to pay down her student loan debt. Connie makes some excellent points in the article. These types of articles, that have honest comments and observations, rarely make it into print. I suggest reading the article to anyone who cares about this country.

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