Posted 2 years ago on Jan. 30, 2012, 2:15 p.m. EST by SteveKJR
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I'm just curious to this answer for the following reasons: Is it true that the vast majority of todays 24 year olds own more then $50,000 in debt
If this is the case, I can't understand that logic. Here we have a person who is just entering the work force and for some unknown reason thinks it's ok to be in debt in order to "get a good paying job".
I mean the person has no job skills to speak of, only a piece of paper giving credibility to the fact that they continued their education for another 4 years after they graduated from high school.
Even then a person doesn't know what direction they want to go in as far as their occupation.
Does a college degree give a person that much of an advantage over anyone else seeking a job?
I serioulsly doubt it because a person without a college degree can make just as much as if not more then a college grad when it comes to making an income.
Your thoughts please.