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Today’s Top 7 Business News Headlines


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Business Headlines

Finding A Job: The Millennial Struggle

In today’s world of ever advancing technology, startup companies, new and odd professions, (i.e. professional cuddlers), and the increasing amount of academic degrees being passed out every year one would think finding a job in their career of choice would be a, not easy, but simpler task. 335 more words


College Debt, a SEVERE issue


Casey Johnson-Pasqua introducing Millennials and College Debt

Currently, there are over 40 million college students who have college debt. The United States of America are drowning in 1.3 trillion dollars of student debts. 973 more words

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Saving for college: Millennial parents seem to have figured it out better.

Recently SLM Corp. (aka Sallie Mae) released the results of a survey of parents that asked about how they’re saving for their children’s college education. The survey, which was conducted for Sallie Mae by research firm Ipsos Public Affairs, uncovered some pretty interesting stats. 422 more words

Social Commentary

My message: Decrease the financial demands of higher education

Dear future president,

I am fully aware that being the president of the United States is a daunting task. It is a stressful job that has people from all over the country breathing down your neck, criticizing you, and demanding change. 161 more words


College students on debt: We don't know enough

APPLETON – Cameron Murdoch graduated from Lawrence University in June with a degree in music and about $21,000 in debt.

She spent the summer working a tourism job in Cape Cod while considering options for her future. 687 more words


My message: Don't bind my dreams with debt

Dear future president,

College is expensive. Its lack of affordability binds me. I don’t want my list of colleges to be limited by what my family can and cannot afford. 196 more words