I have been going to Post Secondary schools for the past 10 years and have over $125,000 in student loan debt with no degree and way of paying it back.


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Get a job

Nov 16, 2022 at 11:26pm

Like seriously, I get school is nice… but pay some of that down before taking on more education.

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On you.

Nov 17, 2022 at 3:00pm

You did it wrong if after 10 years you had not adjusted at some point to change the debt load.

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Fear not....

Nov 17, 2022 at 3:12pm

taxpayers will absolve you of YOUR debt...just play the victim somehow.

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You know

Nov 18, 2022 at 12:50pm

There is such a thing as books smarts and having common sense !
I hope that $125,000 dollars at least bought you some books and a bit of knowledge you can use for something.
Apparently you are not the sharpest knife in the drawer huh ?
Pick a career and get on with it.

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A permastudent

Nov 18, 2022 at 7:52pm

Have you considered that the reason you’re doing this is because you’re afraid that you can’t cut it in the regular having-a-job kind of life? As long as you’re still going to school you don’t have to truly test your abilities, or be judged, or possibly fail. It’s a way of avoiding having to put yourself out there to see what you’re made of.

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Now this

Nov 26, 2022 at 9:34pm

Is a confession!

Finish a degree. Save some of that student loans for a plane ticket (with a bit of a stash for living expenses) and move to Europe and never come back.

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Nov 28, 2022 at 4:57pm

bankruptcy. not such a bad thing and a new start. not worth the stress.

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@ A permastudent

Dec 1, 2022 at 11:01am

University is the first and best place I ever learned to test my abilities, be judged, and possibly fail. No previous job tested my limits like this. It's incredibly demanding in terms of time and effort. When I was ready, that school offered on campus jobs and work coop positions that set me up for a permanent, excellent career. I suspect the OP is simply floundering due to the lack of a focused career goal. You get what you make of it.

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@@a permastudent

Dec 1, 2022 at 6:50pm

Yes, I know. I was a student myself. But there’s a huge difference between the testing you get while being a student, and the expectations placed upon you when you’re working at whatever career it is that you’re studying for. That whole concept of “those who can, do, while those who can’t, teach” has some merit. I have massive respect for teachers btw, so I’m not suggesting that being one is easy or without merit. But there is definitely more pressure in the competitive marketplace of the workplace.

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Dec 1, 2022 at 6:52pm

In Canada student loans don’t qualify to be written off in a bankruptcy, as far as I know. That’s something that changed many years ago I think.

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