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What is the average income of a college graduate and how does it compare with the average student loan debt?

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Is this a question? Are you asking the average amount? Some but not all have student loan debt after graduation.


They are both college graduates; the graduate student is still studying, usually for a master's degree, most often (but not necessarily) at the same college where he got his bachelor's.


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No. An undergraduate is a student pursuing a degree in order to become a graduate. In order to be a graduate, you must have a Bachelors (or 4 year) Degree.


21 or 22 years old when you graduate


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Whatever you think you should. But be careful, you must start paying student loans soon after you graduate college. Try to research scholarships and grants, things that you do not have to pay back. You do not want to graduate college in so much debt you can't get out. Keep that in mind while taking out student loans.


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Only if they are a student or graduate student at an appropriate University or College. Parents of these students can also apply. They also have loans for students in the healthcare field that are not currently at college, but are doing internships and the like.


Michael Dell was a pre-med student at the University of Texas but did not graduate.


No cause you have to graduate from high school before you go to college


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Your an undergraduate student who has graduated from an undergraduate program. A graduate student in terms of degrees, is one who is pursuing either a master's or doctorate degree, and will be awarded that graduate degree after successful completion of the program. The undergraduate degrees are the associate, and bachelor degrees. The graduate degrees are the master's and doctorate degrees.


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