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How to Pay for a Study Abroad Program Without Going into Debt
Early adulthood is a time in most people’s lives when they are first coming into their own. Students who have graduated high school and are moving on to college, may be thinking about world travel while in school. More and more colleges and universities are offering an array of study abroad programs that allow students to in a foreign country while taking classes, and still receive credits towards their graduation requirements.
According to an article published by The New York Times, many new teachers spend 25% of their income repaying student loans. The average teacher’s starting salary is $36,141. This leaves new teachers with just $27,105.79 to live on each year before taxes. However, thanks to loan forgiveness programs, many teachers are catching a much needed break. http://www.magnifymoney.com/blog/college-students-and-recent-grads/4-options-teacher-loan-forgiveness