Debt burden: the next generation : final report
U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Policy and Planning, 1993 - Study Aids - 25 pages
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1990 bachelor's degree 4.7 percent adjustment factors alternative repayment assumptions amortize the debt annual repayment bachelor's degree recipients burden of 1990 burdens are calculated constant dollars control of institution debt and first-year debt to median education debt excessive debt burden exhibited a median FFELP four-year college graduates gender and marital graduates had debt graduates with debt gross income high debt burdens highest median debt Individual debt burdens interest rates Loan terms marital status median debt burden median debt level Median first-year debt median first-year income Median first-year Percent median income median of individual monthly payments required N/A N/A N/A non-working graduates percent in 1986 percent see Table percent threshold Percent with debt postsecondary private school graduates ratio of annual ratio of median Recent College Graduates repayment period repayment to gross repayment-7 required to amortize Stafford loan Survey of Recent Table A-3 total of monthly unmanageable debt Weighted count Median Westat