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Will you likely pay off your student loan debt within a year after you graduate?

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Will you likely pay off your student loan debt within a year after you graduate?

Will you likely pay off your student debt within a year after you graduate?


  • Total voters
    31

Dawnofdusk

Active member
Sep 15, 2019
25
5
With so much difficulties for student in the system, do you think you will likely be able to pay off your student loans after you graduate from college?
 

mysteriousX

Member
Oct 7, 2019
5
2
Well it depends. If I’m lucky enough to get a job immediately after graduating, I might be able to pay off my student loan. But as it stands now, f*** no 🤧
 

Honeycake

Member
Oct 7, 2019
14
0
Although, I'm fortunate to have parents that's willing to pay for my university finances, but I'm so aware of how hard it is paying back student loans. That s*** can be discouraging sometimes. 😣
 

ZoeSanderson

Member
Jun 24, 2020
6
0
I think that within a year, but it's possible that it will take more time. I would really like to pay off my student loan debt as quickly as possible, but it's not just up to me. I will try to find a job as soon as possible and not delay this matter. Although recently my friend had an unpleasant situation. She received an email invitation from a local company to apply for a job. She was very happy, but in the end it turned out to be scammers who use the work of students in this way and then do not pay them a salary. Thank God we decided to check out this company via honorsociety.org. This society has a database with many scammers who cheat students.
 

Terral

New member
Jan 11, 2021
1
0
Ashburn
Yes, that's sounds like a reasonable option. Personally, I am starting college next year and I know how expensive a college tuition can be, and my parents can't afford it, so getting a loan to pay it sounds like a good idea. I found recently this website Mortgage Advisor Doncaster , they can help you with a loan or mortgage advice, so I am really thinking to get a loan. If someone knows more about that, feel free to text me, I will definitely use your advice.
 

Bucky

Active member
Sep 15, 2019
27
4
Doug Ford's OSAP policy is currently kicking me in the a**, so I will say no.
 

GraceWalsh

New member
Jul 29, 2020
2
0
Haha, no way I will be able to do that. It's gonna be 2-3 years to pay for it, maybe even more. College debt is huge, and my profession in the art domain doesn't provide much income. I honestly regret that I chose such a faculty but I can't change the past. Anyway, my friends and relatives gonna help me, that's for sure. I also found several interesting books and articles that could help me with additional information. For example, I learned to get out of debt fast thanks to the article on yourmoneygeek and Dave Ramsey's books about it. I didn't expect that these books and articles can be that helpful. I hope that my college debt will be payed soon.
 
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