Getting Student Loans for College Has Never Been This Easy
With outstanding student loans for college, as well as student loan delinquencies, at an all-time high, law schools continue to add to the problem. At the present time, there are many more graduates than jobs, yet the law schools continue to raise tuition, further compounding the problem.
The primary reason for this problem is that federal student loans can be obtained fairly easy despite the fact that many of those students will not be able to get a job in the legal profession.
Well, the day has finally arrived! Four long years of intense study, and ten or eleven student loans of varying terms, rates, and monthly payments, and you are a college graduate. You wonder how in the world you will be able to manage all of these loans. You add up the balances of each and they total $33,000.00, which is just about the average debt for a college graduate. That fact doesn’t help much, but then you read further and see the term consolidate student loans.
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