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Going to college and need loans? Pick a career that won’t leave you in debt

The expense of a student loan is figured out based on how much you’ll make after graduation.

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You want to find a career that will not leave you in debt forever.


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Pick the right degree for you

Although, the Biden Administration is looking into student loan forgiveness, you may still have to take out a loan or loans for the initial cost. When choosing your degree, there are a few factors you’ll want to consider. Read more about it here.

When picking a degree, you’ll want to settle on something that you are passionate about. The amount of time it takes to get the degree will impact how much debt you accumulate by graduation.

After graduation, you’re probably looking to find a job that will help you pay off your student loan debt and put your degree to use. The higher paying the job, the more money you can feasibly take out for your education.

Upfront costs

Jobs with salaries of $200,000 a year or more are typically in the health or dental field. A degree like this will be a big investment up front. It will cost you time too, usually minimum ten years.

Attending a private out of state college will likely cost you more than a public in-state one. However, your college choice will be reflected based on the degree you pursue.


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