I have read multiple comments from people who have massive student loan debt. I owe over $130k in student loans.
If you are low income, you qualify for the income based repayment plan. www.ibrinfo.org...
I am on this plan. Based upon my income, I have zero payment due each month. After ten years I think it is, the amount is wiped out.
This might help a lot of you who are dealing with this. I keep seeing people post about how much student loan debt they're in, but I hadn't seen
anyone mentioning it. If you get on this, it may help you out big time.
Right now, your chances of landing any kind of job just isn't good at all. Places literally have thousands of job applicants per opening. And those
who have any kind of disability or are over a certain age are even more unlikely to find anything.
There have been news articles covering the issue where many employers are being so bold as to come out and say that they would not hire someone who is
currently unemployed. So, the longer you are unemployed, the less likely you are to find something.
I lost my last job December 24, 2009. I hadn't been called in for a job interview since March 2010. I'm now on disability. I applied everywhere.
The only jobs around here are minimum wage jobs or jobs making just a little above minimum wage. So, I never had an issue with pride regarding wages.
The last job I worked at was Wal-mart making $7.50/hour.
I am a thesis away from my master's degree, but the degree is totally worthless now. I'm just finishing to prove I could do it at this point. I
kept going back to college for the student loans because I couldn't find a job to pay bills. I've been trapped in that cycle for years now. I'm
sure many have. Student loans are a huge scam to get the naive and uneducated deep into debt. Most from public schools do not find out about it
until they've already been suckered. I've been educating my daughter over the years on what a trap it is hoping that she doesn't learn the hard
way as I had to do. The school system helps the loan scammers sell their loans. They never tell the kids the truth about them while they're growing
If you know anyone nearing college age, do what you can to teach them about the pitfalls of student loans. You may save someone a lifetime of
There are not enough jobs for those on welfare to have one. Many on welfare have some sort of disability that is bad enough to prevent them from
being kept on a job by an employer but isn't bad enough to be on disability payments. You can fill out job applications all you want, but that
doesn't mean the employer has to hire and keep you.
There are not enough jobs for everyone who isn't on welfare to have one. And that isn't going to change. The ones in power don't want that to