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Author(s):Boushey, H
Title:The debt explosion among college graduates
Organization:Center for Economic and Policy Research
Short Description:This paper examines trends in indebtedness among recent college graduates over the last decade. College loan burdens increased among graduates all along the income distribution, at both public and private colleges and universities.
Annotation:This paper examines trends in indebtedness among recent college graduates over the last decade. College loan burdens increased among graduates all along the income distribution, at both public and private colleges and universities.
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Borrowing/Student Debt
Financial Aid, Affordability, Tuition, and Costs
National Perspectives

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