After graduating with their BA, 70 percent of students have education debt. But it’s not just the grads who have to worry about managing what they owe. Currently-enrolled students are worrying more and more about the debt they’re racking up for the sake of education and job prospects. If you’re one of these students, then […]
Kira is a writer and illustrator specializing in personal finance. She holds a degree in studio art from Indiana University and is finishing up her MBA from Nova Southeastern University.
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