October 2012
Boise Weekly;10/17/2012, Vol. 21 Issue 17, p12
The article focuses on the impact of student loans on the goals and work life of graduates in the U.S. According to Sunrise Ayers, a resident of Boise, Idaho, her parents' generation could pay off their loans, buy houses, cars, take family vacations and even save for retirement but it seems to be impossible for the current generation. Ayers owes 89,000 U.S. dollars in educational debt which she might take the rest of her working life to pay.


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