The Unlikely Americans With The Most Student Loan Debt

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Unfortunately, crippling college debt is on the rise — and among some pretty unlikely groups, too. Believe it or not, a large portion of Americans who did not even finish their college education have a great deal of student loan debt. In addition to U.S. men and women who drop out before finishing their degree, a greater number of students are also paying significantly more for comparable education, thanks to for-profit schools. Let’s take a closer look.

The High Costs Of College

The average amount of student loan debt in the U.S. is approaching $30,000. Sadly, there are plenty of former students who wish their debt was that low. “Those without college degrees are less likely to pay back their student debt, not only because they often can’t get a high-paying…

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