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what do we do when we change what we want to go to college for?

We are all pressured in high school to know what we want to do for a career when we grow up but how should we know? What happens if we get into $50,000 in debt for college to become a vet and then realize we want to be a police officer? Then what do we do?...

#debt

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Active Jan 31 at 20:52

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Posted by Hailey W.
Simona H | Project Manager Hi Hailey, I agree that this is hard to know when ...

Does the expense of your undergraduate college affect your ability to perform well in graduate school and your field?

I'm trying to decide between public and private colleges, and I would like to know if the "really good" schools (and all of their costs and debt) are actually necessary to my success. I'm a good student, so I could get into most colleges, but I don't know if spending tens of thousands of...

#money #debt

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Allison F.
Paul Gullatte | Senior Compliance Associate This is a question that gets asked a lot and depending ...

Is there a way I can pay for Graduate school without getting loans?

I have already accumulated debt during my bachelors degree. Want to go further but don't want to create even more debt when getting my MBA. #debt...

#graduate-school

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Active Mar 14 at 18:26

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Posted by Devetra C.
Victoria German | Sr. Mgr. Ntwrk Security & HSO Member Hi Devetra,This is a great question. One thing you might want ...

Does it help to start off in a career that pays well, rather than searching for your dream job?

I know college results in debt, so I was wondering: in the long run would it be worth it to find a job in a subject you like(but aren't overly fond of) and use that to become more financially stable, then find a career you are very passionate about? #finance #debt...

#multiple-interests

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:03

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Posted by Teal K.
Justin Pollack | Private Equity Investment Professional Working backstage in a theatre is an interesting area with lots ...

Is student debt avoidable?

Im really poor and I dont want to be a further burden on my family :( #finance #money...

#debt

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:18

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Posted by Jennifer N.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive I am going to be optimistic and say yes. As you ...

Are there any programs avaible that help obtain employement after college?

Honestly, I am scared of being thousands of dollars in debt without a job. I know a few adults who are still paying of their loans, and that is frightening #employment...

#debt

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Active Oct 04 '17 at 09:15

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Posted by Stephanie G.
Kiran Narayanan | IT Professional Dear Stephanie, Glad to give you some guidance and advice. What ...

What is the best way to pay college debt?

I plan on attending a private university for four years and then plan to move onto graduate school. After that many years of schooling I will most likely have a sizable amount of debt. #money #debt...

#collegedebt

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Active Feb 01 at 07:48

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Posted by Kaylee P.
Simona H | Project Manager Hi Kaylee, I agree with Yvonne Ruffner. If you start to ...

What are the best websites and resources to go to when searching for scholarships? How exactly would you know that they are real and not fake?

Money isn't something that can just pop out of anywhere. When it comes to college, I want to be able to go without worrying about the debt AFTER. Scholarships are something highly important and I would love to know the right resources. #scholarships #debt?...

#moneyforcollege

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Active Jan 30 at 18:39

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Posted by Eva R.
Simona H | Project Manager Hi Eva, It is difficult to get the real websites from ...

How did you pay off your college debt ?

After you graduated and had amassed a lot of debt, how did you pay it all off? What are some tips and tricks that you believe everyone should know? #college #money...

#debt

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Active Oct 29 '17 at 20:33

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Posted by Tiffanie L.
Karen Allen Hi Tiffanie -- Try to limit how much you borrow. A ...

Why is college so expensive now compared to when my parents attended college?

Because I'm frustrated that college will put me in a ton of debt. #college #student-loans #debt...

#personal-finance

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:17

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Posted by Tyler R.
Gabriel Fig | Experienced Higher Educational Professional & Certified Appreciative Advisor Hi Tyler, Thanks for the question. There are many reasons and ...

Is my dream school for graduate education worth the debt? Will it be worth it for my future career?

After I complete my undergraduate school at Georgia Tech, my dream is to attend the University of Southern California for graduate school and earn my Masters in Economics. This school is extremely expensive and will leave me in debt. #graduate-school #economics #debt...

#personal-finance

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:52

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Posted by Rachel S.
Carlos B | Senior Analyst at Dell EMC To determine the value of an educational investment, you'll need to ...

How many scholarships/ how much money do I need to pay for college?

I'm wondering how many scholarships I should apply to and at point or amount is enough and I don't need any more. I don't want to have too much money and not use it, wasting the scholarship, and I don't want to have to go into debt. (If at all possible) #scholarships #money #debt...

#college

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Active Oct 03 '17 at 09:15

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Posted by Karuna P.
Ashley Nichols | Associate at PwC Advisory Hi Karuna, It's going to depend upon the school you choose ...

How good is it to pay back student loans while still in college?

Wanted to know if it was a good idea to start paying back student debt while still in school or should I wait until I finish? #debt #student-loans #personal-finance #financial-planning #student-loans...

#college

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Active Mar 07 at 10:12

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Posted by Devetra C.
Johannes Myers | Senior Financial Analyst That depends on the type of loan(s). Subsidized loans are loans ...

What is the average student debt? What can I do to avoid it?

I really really don't want end up in debt #money #debt #student-debt #loans...

#financial-planning

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Active Apr 23 at 22:45

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Posted by Emma J.
Sabrina Pettis | Academic Advisor Great question, Emma. I wish I asked this before I started ...

Where is the best place to go to get out of a big debt such as school, car, and credit?

I need info on how I can get help to pay these bills. #financial-planning #debt #student-debt #loans...

#finance

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Active Apr 21 at 11:40

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Posted by Cristina R.

How important is having a College Degree in the real world, or is work experience more important?

I plan on attending college, however I don’t want to deal with having college debt. Would going to a trade school or getting into the workforce early be better instead of attending a 4 year University? #college-bound #tradeschool #college-advice #college...

#debt

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Active Mar 15 at 18:06

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Posted by Seth T.
Simona H | Project Manager Hi Seth, That choice depends on many variables. What is your ...

What is the best way to pay soon-to-be college debt?

I really just don't want to be poor int he future and would like to know of any plans that might help. #desperate #moneyforcollege #debt #college-debt...

#poor

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Active Jan 30 at 18:40

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Posted by Emily H.
Simona H | Project Manager Hi Emily, There are student loan forgiveness programs if you work ...

What's the best way to approach student loans?

As we are all gonna graduate with a pile of loans, what's the best way to approach them? Is it best to consolidate all loans or pay them one company at a time? #loans #college #debt #financial-planning...

#college-advice

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Active Apr 10 at 16:43

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Posted by Stephanie H.
Kristin Adkins Hey Stephanie, I actually got a personal loan with a lower ...

What are the best tools for staying debt free when going to college?

I've heard stories of people getting "full rides" to college and I want to know how? Does that mean they will get their education at no financial cost? And if so, how can all of us students do that? I want to get my degree as a Dietician and am looking for colleges that aren't ridiculously...

#college #debt #loans #college-advice #financial-planning

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Active Apr 12 at 12:51

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Posted by Maria L.
Amit Kapadia | Financial Analyst Hi Maria. It is great that you are already thinking about ...

Do you pay per quarter or per year for financial aid?

My financial aid net costs shows a certain price. Do I pay for that 3 times (there are 3 quarters in one school year) or is that price just one school yer already? #financial-planning #loans #college...

#debt

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Active Jun 17 at 01:22

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Posted by Michael A.
Angelique S Crowder | CEO at College First Generation and Doctoral Candidate ... When you receive your award letter from your college, your aid ...

Can you appeal for more financial aid? If so, how?

I want to get the maximum amount of financial aid possible because I am scared I will be in loads of debt. #debt #student-debt ##debtfree #financial-aid...

#financial-services

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Active Jun 10 at 18:18

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Posted by Brittany S.
Kali Gleto | Assistant Director Of Financial Aid at California University ... You need to contact your financial aid office and ask them ...

How much student loans can I take with a mechanical engineering starting salary

I am a mechanical engineering sophomore and I recently learned my parent can only contribute about 5% of my college finances. What is an affordable, realistic amount I can take out in student loans so I don't drown in student debt? For more information, I live in New Jersey and my dream job...

#money #scared #debt #student-debt

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Active Apr 05 at 18:41

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Posted by Joi I.

Are the loans worth it?

Is an Ivy League education for graduate school worth $100K in loans? At what point does the opportunity cost become negative? #ivyleague #loans #debt...

#worried

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Active Apr 17 at 16:08

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Posted by Kelly F.
Daniel Camous | Sales Development Representative at Okta, Inc. Unless we're talking about an MBA, or Med School at a ...

How bad is Debt to an Anesthesiologist?

I'm planning to pursue a career in anesthesiology(completing medical school, residency, licensed) and wondering how hard will it be to pay off any student debt. I hear that student debt should be avoided and is heavily stressed to be a heavy load on future decisions. However, certain...

#salary #student-loans #debt #anesthesiology

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Active May 06 at 21:13

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Posted by Anh Minh N.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Education expense, as any other expense, should be looked at in ...

Are doctorate degrees worth it?

We've all heard doctors make a lot of money. In a lot of cases, they really don't, especially if you take into consideration the fees they pay like insurances, and student loans. In addition, having a doctorate doesn't save you from being on call or working awful shifts. Are the student...

#salary #doctorate #debt #studentloans

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Active Apr 27 at 19:40

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Posted by Sarah B.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential The achievement of any level of education should relate to the ...

Money problems

What should one do if we do not have the funds to go to a good college? Would a loan be worth the debt? #college #money #student-loans #debt #personal-finance...

#economy

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:04

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Posted by Kevin M.
Eric Leung | Credit Analyst at Barclays Whether your college debts are worth it will be based on ...

Where can I find a list of scholarships and grants along with a description of their application processes?

College application season is here, and seniors all over the country are looking for scholarships and grants to help reduce the cost of attendance. This young lady from Houston is hoping to win some scholarships for the 2016-2017 academic year. #college #scholarships #college-applications #debt...

#personal-finance #grants

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:09

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Posted by Student Voices by CV ..
Lisa Mark, MA | Career Counselor & Employment Coach Hi there. Go to your local library where they have books ...

What is the difference between a subsidized and an un-subsidized loan?

I'm trying to be smart about paying for college. I don't want to be in debt when I'm thirty. #scholarships #student-loans #money-management #debt...

#personal-finance

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Active Feb 19 at 08:25

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Posted by Michaela B.
Kathy Wildman | Internal Audit Lead at Fannie Mae Great question, and yes, why be in debt if you do ...

Is it worth taking out student loans for graduate school programs? Will I ever be out of debt?

Currently applying to graduate schools. Private school programs are so expensive. #college #graduate-school #scholarships #student-loans #debt...

#graduate-recruitment

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:50

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Posted by Debra Z.
Alyse Henning | Self-Employed Tutor It very much has to do with what you are majoring ...

Can anyone advise me on how to graduate college as an RN and do so debt free?

Looking towards the future is always important. I have to have goals in place to motivate me and give me direction in my life. I was raised by a single mother and Financial responsibilities can consume and control you. I want to start a nursing career someday and help others, and how is...

#nursing #nurse-practitioner #college #nurse #debt #registered-nurses

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Active Mar 20 at 21:29

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Posted by Ayden T.
Barri Baas | Registered Nurse One of the primary things you can do is get really ...

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