In its annual snapshot of “How America Pays for College,” education lender Sallie Mae found that 74 percent of students work at some point during the school year. Whether out of necessity to help cover college costs or by desire, working students are the norm.
In its annual snapshot of “How America Pays for College,” education lender Sallie Mae found that 74 percent of students work at some point during the school year. Whether out of necessity to help cover college costs or by desire, working students are the norm. Michael Hogue KRT
In its annual snapshot of “How America Pays for College,” education lender Sallie Mae found that 74 percent of students work at some point during the school year. Whether out of necessity to help cover college costs or by desire, working students are the norm. Michael Hogue KRT

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