Tag: college

Student Loan Debt CRUSHING Millennials, And The Economy

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL IS REPORTING THAT FOR THE FIRST TIME MORE THAN HALF OF THE STATES IN THE US ARE REQUIRING STUDENTS TO PAY MORE INTUITION FOR STATE SCHOOLS AND UNIVERSITIES COMPARED TO WHAT THE GOVERNMENT IS CONTRIBUTING TO THEIR TUITION. THESE AGAIN ARE GOVERNMENT-FUNDED, THEY ARE NOT PRIVATE SCHOOLS. HOWEVER HISTORICALLY THE GOVERNMENT […]

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First Miami Student Credit Union – 25th Anniversary

When we got together and created the Student Union there were period for you in fact there were no options for students to you taxes to you financial account on board your campus it also wasn’t very much in the way our financial literacy that was going on on campus didn’t work on the left […]

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$500k Of Student Debt In 37 Seconds

(playful instrumental music) – I am in student debt. I have $25,000 in student debt. – $21,000. – $33,000. – I’m about $42,000 in debt right now. – $12,000 of student loan debt. – $30,000. – Say at least $10,000. – Almost $50,000. – 20 or 22. – $23,000 – At least $200,000. Yeah. – […]

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Student debt: An American horror story | Michael Hobbes

Well, there’s a couple reasons why college has gotten so expensive. First of all is: states are cutting higher education funding. Second thing is: supply and demand. What we have is a crisis where to get onto the job ladder, the few decent jobs left—that have healthcare, that have security, that have a pension—they all […]

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Student Debt: A Rock Tragedy

I survived my time in college studied hard and garnered knowledge now the way ahead appears so clear and bright. Then I go buy a quesadilla plus an energy drink from Korea and my bank account says choose one or the other tonight! It’s like watching two airplanes collide I swipe it again but my […]

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Student Debt in the U.S. Reaches an All-Time High | The Daily Show

The Democratic candidates, led by Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, are all proposing different ways to combat student debt. And the reason this is such a big issue is because America is drowning in student debt like never before. This year, student loan debt reached an all-time high of $1.4 trillion. NEWSWOMAN: Nearly 70% of […]

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