The Cost of Education

MBA Blog / 17th May 2016

College students may be about to receive their degrees, but their credit education still needs some schooling. A national survey by Experian of college students graduating this year found that 69 per cent of respondents will have student loan debt upon graduation. Despite the fact that most students accumulate debt, 71 per cent of survey respondents said they did not learn about credit and debt management in college, giving their schools an average grade of C when it came to preparing them to manage credit and debt after college.

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