We have reached a critical mass of Georgia Dots graduates.
A recent study by the University of Georgia found that more than one in five college graduates are unable to afford the $1,000 annual tuition for their degree.
The study, which was published last month in the Journal of Higher Education, surveyed graduates of Georgia Tech’s Georgia Dores program, which trains more than 300,000 college students annually.
The median net worth of the graduating class was $100,000.
The average student debt burden was $1.2 million.
While the average annual salary for a Georgia Dot graduate was $50,000, the average student loan payment was $6,000 per year, which is about $6 per hour, or more than double the rate of inflation.
The Georgia Dods also graduated more people with a bachelor’s degree than the national average.
They also graduated students with the highest debt burdens, according to the study.
Of the nearly 2,200 students who received a degree, the median networth was $180,000 for students with a four-year degree and $130,000 in debt for the same group of students with no degree.
Students who were not enrolled in a DDS program also were less likely to graduate with a degree.
More than half of graduates who did not attend an accredited university, but took the course, took out a student loan, or had their loans discharged.
The largest debt burden for Georgia Dds students was for a $1 million loan, followed by $900,000 or more for debt discharged by the schools.
Students in the top 10% of their family income were more likely to have a debt load of more than $1 Million.
For every $100 that a student earns, a $10,000 loan is taken out.
While a student can attend school and pay for the school and tuition costs, there are other costs that can be incurred, such as books and supplies, and fees.
Some students have been struggling to pay their student loans and they also need to be able to get a job to keep up with their education.
If a student is able to pay for their student loan in full, their debt will be discharged.
It will help if their employer will provide a discount to students who can pay it.
For example, a job that offers lower pay would be better for students who cannot afford the tuition and don’t need a degree to get the job.
While Georgia Dodes graduates have had the hardest time paying their debts, they are also some of the best-educated graduates in the country.
About 40% of Georgia College graduates have a bachelor degree, according the study, and more than half are working.
Of course, that’s not to say that all Georgia Dotes graduates have gone to work.
About 13% have earned a master’s degree, and 12% are pursuing doctoral degrees.
If you have a family member that graduated from Georgia Dords, they may want to consider taking the class as well.