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With the level of student loan debt nearly tripling between 2005–2017, as the number of college grads with loans and their average outstanding loan balances ballooned. But what kind of effect does student loan debt have on whether and how much they save for retirement?
A brief from the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College finds that college graduates do make out better financially than their colleagues who went to college but never got the degree.
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