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Over 160 billion pieces of mail are processed by the United States Postal Service each year from acceptance letters invitations and congratulations to graduation notices and the dreaded bills that tend to follow15 Corporate Communications 2012 Thus begins the plight of one Tom Joad a newly minted Harvard Law graduate with a penchant for justice and playing the guitar The champagne stains on his carpets are just over six months old yet they are substantially less revolting than the surprise letter in his mail-box The cramped studio apartment is absent of sound with the exception of the slow crumple of papers and his slow deliberate breathing 25000 in student loans now demands repayment and so far the dream of being a hot shot lawyer has not worked out as so far Tom has only been able to find an entry level job shuffling paperwork at the Bullhead law firm in Los Santos16 Clark Kim Now we see the ghost of Tom Joad white-faced with the knowledge that he has made himself a slave to the very education that was to set him free The Federal Student Loan System is leaving graduates enslaved to thousands of dollars in debt for educations that are becoming more expensive by the year Greeted by a hostile job market they are unable to find gainful employment to facilitate payment of these loans and are cannot even prohibited from using bankruptcy escape their crushing weight all while law makers spin amongst the muck of party politics ignoring those drowning in debt Student loans have become a seemingly mandatory component of paying for college the rising cost of education further walling out the underprivileged in society With just over half of all financial aid dollars linked to federal loans from 2005 through 2006 it has become the norm for students to incur an average of 15500 in debt to receive a
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