Many young graduates take lower-paying jobs as waiters or cashiers that pay the bills, but rarely use the skills they learned in college and often have little money left to pay off student loans. And the choices they make early in their careers often have a long-lasting financial impact.
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- What America Owes In Student Loans
- AP Analysis: Half Of Recent College Grads Are Jobless Or Underemployed
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