For the fifth consecutive year, LendEDU presents our annual Student Loan Debt by School by State Report, an in-depth analysis of the most recent student loan debt figures at hundreds of colleges and universities across the United States. The topic of student loan debt and the rising cost of college in the U.S. is more […]
LendEDU analyzed housing data for each and every U.S. city to find out which places have the highest proportion of solar powered homes.
LendEDU put the notion that "millennials don't know how to save" to the test by surveying 1,000 members of this generation to see how their retirement saving habits stack up.
LendEDU analyzed the CFPB database and found a 44% year-over-year increase in the number of consumer complaints from March 13 to July 17. There was an 84% year-over-year increase in credit reporting complaints specifically.
LendEDU's fourth annual lottery spending report analyzed the most recent U.S. Census data to see what the average American is spending on the lottery, which states spend the most, and how each state spends its yearly lottery revenue.
Analyzing our own data from 2020, LendEDU highlighted private student loan marketplace trends like the average applied credit score vs. the average approved credit score. This data was then compared to the previous four years.
For the fourth consecutive year, LendEDU has recognized 50 colleges around the country that have the best financial literacy programs for students.
LendEDU crunched the data on more than 25,000 U.S. cities to recognize the places that have the highest proportions of residents with bachelor's degrees.
LendEDU surveyed 1,000 current high school seniors and college students and found that 30% of committed high school seniors will consider not enrolling or deferring their admission if learning stays online in the Fall. While 52% of current college students believe the pandemic will extend the time it takes them to graduate.