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As many American children are raised they are told to go to high school go to college get a degree and get a job in order to be successful Parents continue to tell their children to follow that list even though college is not working the way it was a few years ago When adding up the total tuition for a college and what the end result is college simply is not working out for the 21st Century generation College is a scam A scam is a dishonest plan or fraud Simply scams cost money and promise a better outcome American colleges do this exact thing Prospective students pay money to get an education in return of a better lifestyle so they are told College graduates are not getting the outcomes that they are promised when they pay their tuition College tuitions have risen fairly high in the past years but salaries have not Seeing college as a necessity prospective students look for grants scholarships and loans to pay their college tuition The most available outreach for students is loans however there is close to 1 trillion in student loan debt for the United States American Student Assistance As college prices rise student loan debt follows According to the American Student Assistance the average amount of student loan debt for the Class of 2011 was 26600 a 5 percent increase from approximately 25350 in 2010 What does this mean for the graduating Class of 2017 If college tuition stays the same which it wont the college graduates of the Class of 2017 should aspect over 30000 of debt just for one year of attending a university Are colleges and loan lenders telling prospective students the outcome of taking out these loans About 65 of high-debt student loan borrowers misunderstood the outcome of their borrowing American Student Assistance Colleges arent telling prospective students what they need to really know when theyre filling out loans but
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