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Reportedly youth suicide rates have tripled since 1950s, with male perpetrators being about 2 times more frequent that female. Numbers are nothing when talking about life loss, but the following facts unveil the truth about student suicides and raise awareness about the need of prevention measures.
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In the hard economic context, it’s more than common for students in the US to apply for a loan before starting with college. Studying on credit requires strict financial planning and management. Have a look at how student loan market breaks down.
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Back in 20th century studying in American university would cost you around $75-$300. Now that $8,500 is the tuition bedrock for public 4 year college for in-state students, it’s quite ordinary that student loans are indispensable. But a big portion of borrowers default their payments and finally end up indebted.
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Did you know that your college major preference says a lot about your brain and specifically your IQ? This graphic shows some of the most common majors with the average graduates’ IQ attached and grouped by the hemisphere side they mostly relate to.
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People from Sparefoot report on the plans and employment opportunities of the fresh 2013 Grads’ Class. According to this report, roughly 900,000 graduates will move to a new apartment and most of them to a new city in pursuit of a job. But which are the most job promising cities across the US?
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Student life has its ups and downs and is actually a mid-phase for transition to the cruelty of the real life. This 21 all-inclusive guide gives some practical tips to help students have a good start with the best chances of achieving their educational goals.
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Major social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Google+ can be used for a variety of purposes depending on one’s interests. Roommate searching now can be an easy task running straight on your screen.
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3.4 billion dollars are available via scholarship programs to students across America , and this infographic breaks down where they are coming from.
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No doubt the tuition is lion’s share of student life cost but there are several other expenses one should consider and manage during that time to avoid get pinched. Find some money-saving tips that can yield you bucks from rent, food, books, transportation or entertainment.
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The majority of graduates from 4 year colleges are on the thin end of the wedge as far their debt management. This report shows average student expenses estimations and breaks down the situation in the student loan landscape.
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Sheer ID comes back profiling the complexity of the college student crowd in 2012 to help marketers reconsider their targeting efforts.