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I saw that movie and honestly, there wasn't much of a 'role model' in that character.
It stereotyped redheads and Irish women as unruly and rebellious trouble makers, had a vague hint that she used a bow, but she never actually did anything with it, and typecast young women early on in the movie as being ruled by...more
You're right. By your numbers the cost of education has inflated 330% while the income has only inflated 156%. That cuts the 'value' of a degree by about 52%. In other words a college education today is worth less than half of what it was worth in 1991.
Yes, they had high hopes for their future, but then they mortgaged it for the here and now through the use of credit cards and other types of loans. Now that those loans are coming due and the reality of their future is sinking in it's a no brainer why the suicide rate is up.
I doubt this 'controversy' will change the companies policy. It'll be a big thing in the media for a month or two then die off and we'll forget about it and move on to something else. Kind of like we did with that drive to find Koney.
Buddy, you can't have an 820 FICO and owe nothing. The FICO is based on how much you owe and how prompt you are at paying it back. By that very diffinition you must owe something to have a score otherwise the formula ends up dividing by 0.
Am I supposed to feel bad for them or something? They borrowed the money and knew that sooner or later they'd have to pay it back. It just so happened this group of people chose "later" rather than "sooner"