Student loans take a toll on graduates long after they leave college, a new study finds

By Emma Henderson

A new study from UNC-Greensboro and Rutgers University-Camden found that student loan debt has led graduates to delay buying homes and going to graduate school. (Emma Henderson / Carolina Connection)

Americans collectively owe about $1.7 trillion in student loans. While loans can be a crucial resource for affording higher education, they come with more than a literal cost. A new study from UNC-Greensboro examined how difficult it can be to move on with life while student debt purges your wallet.

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