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In the last year, more and more companies have started offering their employees cash to pay off student loans as part of benefits packages. And those that need it most — college students with tons of debt and little-to-no income — want to work at those places. 

Over 60 percent of 2,500 new graduates surveyed by Indeed, a job search site, said they are looking to work somewhere that will put some money toward their student debts. The survey, released Thursday, also found that a quarter of respondents say it’s a “top priority” to land a job that will help pay back some of their loans. Another survey from a few months ago found that a third of millennials expect their employer to pay back some of their loans. 

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