Whether you’re going back to high school or college classes this fall, you might as well return with some extra cash. And, no, it’s not too late to find a paying gig. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 9.3 million job openings in April — that’s the most since the BLS started tracking this data … Continued

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Federal student loans will be more expensive for 2021-22 school year. Even so, borrowers will still see some of the lowest student loan interest rates of the past decade. Interest rates for new undergraduate federal student loans will rise from 2.75% to 3.73% for 2021-22. The interest rates for undergraduate, graduate and PLUS loans are determined by … Continued

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A cautionary note for the high school classes of 2020 and 2021: Waiting to enroll in college decreases the likelihood you’ll ever attend or complete a degree. It’s a valid concern for both cohorts. Due to the pandemic, undergraduate enrollment was down 2.5% in fall 2020 and down 4.5% for spring 2021, compared with the … Continued

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