Friday, November 4, 2011

Education Debt

Loans from the University for the Promotion of 2010 in the United States amounted to an average of $ 25,250 upon graduation, an increase of 5% over the previous year, an analysis published Thursday in the United States.

Two thirds of graduates in 2010 called for a college credit and were affected significantly because the rate of unemployment among new graduates stood at 9.1% in the year completed their studies, although less than half the rate of those with only high school.

Student debt has been a central theme in the protests that we deal with Wall Street. Last week, President Barack Obama announced steps to protect debtors from the heavy monthly payments, including a program to consolidate loans and accelerate development of options that may limit the monthly based on a percentage of income for federal borrowers. Read more.....

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