A Closer Look at Students’ Financial Burden
Graduating (or graduated) with a hefty debt to repay? Struggling with getting out of debt?
You’re not alone. The average college grad is shelling out around $250 a month on their student loan repayment, and will continue to do so for the next ten years. So much for enjoying “the real world,” when you’ve got a lasting reminder of school leaching off your bank account.
Tuition will continue to rise, and more and more students will need to apply for aid or take out a loan to afford their education. Check out this infographic from Bestcollegesonline.com, which gives a breakdown of the financial burden students must shoulder to go to school.