Graduating college used to insure your future. Or at the very least guarantee a job upon commencement. These days, despite more high school graduates attending college than ever before, earning a bachelors degree for many just means facing a mountain of debt and a fickle job market. The subject is certainly in the spotlight more than ever before. Whether it's a news story on the latest government policy that attempts to address the student loan debt crisis or a thought piece admonishing millennials for being entitled, it's hard to avoid.
Did you have to take out student loans? How have they affected your life? Have you ever wished you had chosen a different school; one with lower tuition or that offered more financial aid? Did you manage to avoid taking out student loans altogether?