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Nice that you had parent(s) to live with. Not everyone has that option. Also, living like a poor kid for 7 years only works if you can actually get a job. I had 3 and still couldn't afford my loan payments right after undergraduate. It doesn't always work, this is indeed a crisis, but you're right on about getting educ...more
Idiot, student loans are NON-DISCHARGEABLE in bankruptcy. Period. They're yours for life. College is not, nor has it ever been free. Oh, and it's CLEAR that you never went or maybe a football scholarship with the accompanying traumatic brain injuries???
Blech. You're full of it. Also, DUH. I worked 2 full-time jobs throughout college and still graduated owing over $20K. I also worked 4 semesters of law school, which is way hard as you should know, and still graduated with $105K in debt there...Bottom line is, justify it but you'll never EVER be debt-free. I had a huge...more
To all of those lamenting paying a reasonable tip you should know that servers do not even make minimum wage. They make $2.13/hr. The US system, unlike other countries, does not force restaurants to pay their employees a living wage. If you have a problem with this, you should contact your congressman, and not take it ...more
No, the problem is that WE Gen Y-ers are told by our parents to get an education no matter the cost, that it will always pay out. We (Gen Yers) were put in substandard schools that didn't focus on math and science and sometimes actively steered students away from it by a preponderance of terrible teachers who didn't un...more
The biggest issue is simply the cost of education. It has risen astronomically, over 50% faster than the cost of living in the last ten years. Unfortunately, although college is not a right, it is soon to be a privilege for many and having the government regulating the loans that students feel obliged to take to get th...more