You just can’t make this stuff up. All over America we push our young people to get good grades so that they can get “a college education”, but then once they get […]
If you could stay home and play video games all day, would you do it? According to a brand new report that was released by the National Bureau of Economic Research on […]
Why Are So Many Millennials Living With Their Parents Instead Of Getting Married And Starting Their Own Families?
Did you know that the percentage of 18 to 34-year-old Americans that are married and living with a spouse has dropped by more than half since 1975? Back then, 57 percent of […]
The Department of Education recently released a memo admitting that repayment rates on student loans have been grossly exaggerated. Data from 99.8% of schools across the country has been manipulated to cover […]
Generation Snowflake: Percentage Of Young Adults Living With Their Parents Hasn’t Been This High Since 1940
Have we failed this generation of young adults by not equipping them to be able to handle the harsh realities of the real world? According to the Wall Street Journal, the percentage […]
Student loans have hit a record high of $1.2 trillion, putting a crimp in The American Dream of owning a home and starting a family. And it’s affecting the broader economy too.
JANET LEE DUPREE, 72, was surprised when she received her first Social Security benefits seven years ago. About one-fifth of her monthly payment was being withheld and she called the federal government to find out why. The woman, who is from Citra, Fla.
Carrying tens of thousands of dollars in student loan debt has become the new normal. Thanks to climbing tuition and inadequate college savings, 40 million Americans now have at least one outstanding student loan, according to new analysis from credit bureau Experian. That’s up from 29 million consumers in 2008.
Student debt becoming a larger albatross for economic growth: $1.2 trillion in student debt is outstanding and many college graduates working in jobs that don’t require their degree
There was a time when going to college made sense in every feasible way. It made sense professionally, economically, and many college graduates have a wonderful time in the process of completing their degrees. Most would argue that learning is vital in growing and moving forward.
Rosemary Anderson, 57, is on the hook for $152,000 in student loans she took out 20 years ago. The divorced mother of two grown daughters represents a growing number of older Americans […]
Since President Barack Obama took office in January 2009, the cumulative outstanding balance on federal direct student loans has jumped 517.4 percent. The balance currently owed is $739,641,000,000.00. Back in January 2009, […]