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There are a lot of student loans available for college students who need assistance on their educational preferences. However, the perennial problem that these students overlook is the aftermath. Would they be able to pay for these loans after they graduate? These are thousands of dollars that these students have to face after their education. So long before they get a job, they are already waist-deep in debt. They all have to thank Uncle Sam for this.
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