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Many Millennials Swimming In Student Loan Debt Say College Wasn't Worth It

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Many Millennials Swimming In Student Loan Debt Say College Wasn't Worth It

Many Millennials Swimming In Student Loan Debt Say College Wasn't Worth It

Nearly half of millennials who have or had student loan debt think college wasn't worthwhile, says Business Insider.

Millennials still paying off their debt feel worse about having gone to college than millennials who have already paid off their debt.

College tuition has reportedly more than doubled since the 1980s and student loan debt hit a record high in 2017.

As of 2018, the national total of student loan debt was $1.5 trillion, according to Student Loan Hero.

One economist said the "advantage of a degree today is less than it was 10 years ago, because of the rising cost."

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