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  • Morning Education

    Politico - 11/18/2014

    FINANCIAL ANXIETIES PLAGUE GEN Z: A new survey out of Northeastern University suggests the large majority of 16- to 19-year-olds believe a college degree is important, but they worry about being able to afford it. A quarter of “Generation Z” students surveyed said they don’t think any loan debt is manageable, and 44 percent said they couldn’t repay more than $100 a month.

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