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Student loans are a burden, but it’s the lack of jobs that hurts America more. As a student there are so many things you wonder about. You wonder about the cost for every credit you decide to take. There is a cost for every book you purchase.

The expenses of living off campus versus living on campus make a discernable difference between costs for students or parents. Whether you have grants or loans also commands your attention.

Just yesterday in the Washington Post there was a shift in its attention to the issue of student loans. It stated unless Congress acts, interest rates on new subsidized Stafford college loans will soon double from 3.4 percent to 6.8 percent.

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