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Tuition: The Coming Student Loan Bailout

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Two bits from articles about college debt that caught my eye - one about the overall size of the loan debt and the other about the monthly payments some (admittedly extreme) loans require:  The monthly payments for just my private loans are currently $891 until Nov 2011 when they increase to $1600 per month for the following 20 years... (What $200,000 in Student Debt Looks Like)... At roughly $850 billion outstanding, student loan debt recently surpassed credit cards as the nation's largest segment of consumer debt. (Top Ramen For Life).  

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Student loan provides a big support to every students who wants to pursue their dream careers.

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