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June 30, total household indebtedness was $12.29 trillion, 10.2 percent above the recent low of 2013, but 3.1 percent below the peak seen in 2008.
The most obvious candidate for the next bubble is student loan debt, which has ballooned to $1.26 trillion.
2015 graduates with student loan debt: 52%
Average debt: $24,849
2015 graduates with student loan debt: 61%
Average debt: $25,645
2015 graduates with student loan debt: 56%
Average debt: $25,840
originally posted by: toysforadults
a reply to: schuyler
Unless you can produce a solid foundation of evidence to prove that most of these degrees are in liberal arts then I am going to have to take the position that there are in fact no jobs for these kids and it has nothing to do with the degrees they have.
If you can provide actual evidence to support your position such as statistics then you can possibly pursued me to believe what you suggest.
Otherwise you are just making things up as you go along because it sounds good.