LendEDU surveyed 1,000 adult Americans and found that many want student loan forgiveness over free health care. We then asked if they would rather see free college or free health care for their children.
We evaluated U.S. Census Bureau data from 2010 and 2018 to find the cities and states that have seen home values skyrocket over the last decade, in addition to the places where home values have plummeted.
LendEDU analyzed nearly 150,000 student loan payments to find out. Plus, check out the estimated number of years it should take residents from each state to fully repay their student loan debt.
Americans were asked how they would invest $10,000 and given 10 different options to choose from; many of them wanted to use it to pay down debt.
LendEDU's survey of 1,000 student loan borrowers also found that 30% would enlist to fight in a hypothetical World War 3 for student loan forgiveness.
For the third time, LendEDU crunched college application data to create a variety of rankings, including which schools make the most projected revenue from college applications.
With the new decade upon us, LendEDU analyzed various socioeconomic trends in America's largest cities to see which places are best positioned for economic booms in the next 10 years.
A look at the average financial aid package offered to international students at 738 colleges & universities in the United States.
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