Most students need to borrow to afford higher education, but the amount you can comfortably repay may depend on your career choice and salary. While it isn't possible for all students, a common rule of thumb is to limit higher education borrowing to no more than your first-year's salary.
Note that some careers require an advanced degree.
When Your Income Varies Month-to-MonthUnpredictable work schedules are more common than ever. Whether you work in the new "gig" economy or have a job with "on call" hours, learn how to make the most of your variable income.
Our suite of Financial Education Services (FES) is founded on providing a thorough education and consistent guidance with a confidential personal representative. With this relationship in place, we’ll work with you to determine your broad goals and set tactics for direct outcomes that build credit and help manage debt. We’ll empower you with the mindset, tools and products it takes to make an impact on your financial health.
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