It figures. Graduating from college with little or no debt is giving seniors in the Class of 2014 more freedom to chose what they want to do after getting degrees in May. Read about three different situations at college campuses in Iowa.
GRADUATING EARLY DOES NOT LOOSEN THE JOB MARKET, By Melanie Mackey, William Penn University
Jessica Magill just graduated from William Penn University with a degree in business management at the age of 20 but wasn’t sure about her job prospects yet. Read here.
GRADUATING DEBT FREE GIVES STUDENTS A JUMP IN JOB MARKET, By Meagan Flynn and Amanda Horvath, Drake University
Some hard work and a little luck has left a handful of graduating seniors at Drake University free of any student-loan debt, and anxiety about wading into the workforce. Read here.
IOWA STATE STUDENT TAKING ADVANTAGE OF HAVING NO DEBT, By Danielle Ferguson, Iowa State University/Iowa State Daily
Emily Funk is the only person in the circle of people she knows at Iowa State University who will graduate this month without debt. Read here.
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