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Our blog is designed to provide information regarding some of the critical topics those with student loans must be aware of to be able to make educated decisions regarding their future.

How to Stay Safe in College During Coronavirus Pandemic

The coronavirus has changed how colleges operate across the United States. It has also changed what safety measures college students need to take while living or studying on campus. Whether you’re attending in-person now or thinking about returning in-person for the spring semester, there are steps you can take to keep yourself safe and healthy during your time…

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Student Loan Forgiveness: Coronavirus Edition

We’re in unprecedented times here during the global COVID-19 pandemic. This pandemic and the response to it left millions of Americans unemployed and struggling to meet their basic needs. Many of whom still owe money on their federal and private student loans. If you’re one of the 44.7 million people with student debt, you’re probably looking for some…

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How Coronavirus Impacts Your Student Loans

The economic shutdown caused by the coronavirus has caused 20.5 million Americans to lose their jobs in April alone.  This led to an unemployment rate of 14.7% for the month of April (reported May 8th), the highest unemployment this country has seen since 1936.  Thankfully the U.S. government has been responsive and quickly passed the CARES Act.  Continue reading…

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What is the Average Podiatrist Salary?

The human foot, ankle, and leg have unique and complicated anatomies. The foot alone contains 26 bones, 33 joints, and hundreds of interconnected tendons, muscles, and ligaments. With so many complex mechanisms working in harmony, the human foot can be one of the most difficult body parts to treat. And although podiatrists aren’t the highest-paid doctors, the average…

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What is the Average Family and General Practitioner Salary?

A family and general practitioner, also called a primary care doctor, diagnoses and treats common diseases and illnesses. The average family and general practitioner salary is $211,780 per year, which works out to $101.82 per hour. The median salary is $201,100 or $96.68 per year. Continue reading to learn how the average family and general practitioner salary varies…

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What is the Average Gynecologist Salary?

If you want a career helping women, there are few better options than gynecology. A gynecologist is a doctor who specializes in women’s health. They focus primarily on reproductive care, but they also address a broad spectrum of medical concerns. The field of gynecology is typically combined with that of obstetrics. Obstetrics is a surgical specialty in which…

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What is the Average Psychiatrist Salary?

The average psychiatrist salary is $220,380 per year. If that sounds like a lot, it is. When comparing median annual pay, psychiatry is the highest-paying occupation out there with a median annual salary of $208,000+. You aren’t guaranteed to make that much though. Some psychiatrists make significantly more or significantly less depending on where they work and their…

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What is the Average Anesthesiologist Salary?

Anesthesiology is the highest-paid profession in the United States,  according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. If you’re thinking about entering the medical field, you’d be wise to consider a career as an anesthesiologist. In this article, we’ll go over the average anesthesiologist salary. We’ll also give detailed information about where, and in which industries, anesthesiologists earn the…

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The 15 Highest Paying Jobs Without a College Degree

Going to college isn’t required to snag a high-paying job. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) keeps meticulous records about the careers you can enter without a college degree. Several even pay more than the highest paying associate degree jobs. The following careers don’t require a college degree (or even any college at all) and pay…

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The 15 Highest Paying Jobs with an Associate’s Degree

Did you know that with just a two-year degree under your belt, you could earn big money? It’s true. Several associate degree jobs pay employees very well. So well in fact that you could make more than many of your bachelor-degree-holding friends. The Top 15 Highest Paying Jobs With an Associate’s Degree 1. Air Traffic Controllers $124,540 annually…

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