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I have been reading about college graduates who have enormous student loans. Today I read


one about a man who went to a top school and graduated in art. He has made $20000 a year for the past two years. His stuent loan payments are equal to his monthly income. Obviously he cannot pay the payment. Should his wages be garnished at 100% to pay this loan? I am curious to find out what y'all think about this. He is not the only one.

 

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    kaiyan717 4 years ago

    I think that may be a step that needs to be taken. There are billions of dollars in student loans that are already in default and maybe there should be a cap. I will have earned a Masters for under 30k, which is still quite a lot. But, we as stude

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    ElleBee 4 years ago

    What about jobs that are not traditionally high paying but are very needed - i.e. teachers and social workers? No degree no job. Degree low paying job. Thoughts?


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