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Looking back on the financial crises of the past from the Great Depression and the Great Recession, debt caught up to us fast and with slow financial growth on both economic and personal levels, the whole country suffered. Today we are met with some very familiar signs of impending collapse - this time coming in the form of excessive student loan debt.

Following graduation, students are left with an average of $28,000 in debt and just ten years to pay it back. Young adults, Gen Zers in particular, are often forced to defer these loans, packing on interest rates that can add thousands more dollars and decades of repayment. But it’s not just bank accounts that suffer; with millions of Americans paying back student loans with little extra cash to spare, less money is moving around in the economy at large.

Worth more than the market value of both Microsoft and Facebook combined, the national student loan debt today is unprecedented, and it’s up to us to get it under control before it’s too late. Detailed in this infographic is more on the student loan crisis today and what it means for tomorrow.

Student Loan Crisis #infographic
infographic by: studentloanreview.com

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Student Loan Crisis #infographic

Student Loan Crisis
Looking back on the financial crises of the past from the Great Depression and the Great Recession, debt caught up to us fast and with slow financial growth on both economic and personal levels, the whole country suffered. Today we are met with some very familiar signs of impending collapse - this time coming in the form of excessive student loan debt.

Following graduation, students are left with an average of $28,000 in debt and just ten years to pay it back. Young adults, Gen Zers in particular, are often forced to defer these loans, packing on interest rates that can add thousands more dollars and decades of repayment. But it’s not just bank accounts that suffer; with millions of Americans paying back student loans with little extra cash to spare, less money is moving around in the economy at large.

Worth more than the market value of both Microsoft and Facebook combined, the national student loan debt today is unprecedented, and it’s up to us to get it under control before it’s too late. Detailed in this infographic is more on the student loan crisis today and what it means for tomorrow.

Student Loan Crisis #infographic
infographic by: studentloanreview.com

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