How Student Debt Has Become the 2nd Largest Debt Category

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In 2017, the national student loan debt in the United States passed a value of $1.4 trillion. Putting pressure on past, current, and future students, the precarious student loan bubble is only growing – and it won’t be long before it pops. In the decade of the Great Depression following a stock market crash in 1929, unemployment rates peaked at 25% and it took until the start of WWII to fully recover. Decades later, the housing market crashed and started the Great Recession that saw 8.7 million jobs lost between 2007 and 2010. Any way you spin it, the United

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