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Welcome to the New Adulthood

For most of us, moving out of the parental units’ house is the ultimate signifier of adulthood.  So, what’s the threshold defining adulthood for the growing numbers of 25 year olds, who live with their parents (even after moving away for college)? Since 2002, parental co-residence rates have only risen:   And, in 2012:   Related PostsACT …

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Living with Mom & Dad?

Is the trend shown in the chart below, caused by the increase in student loans, as seen in the following chart? Charts Courtesy: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research & Zero Hedge, October 26, 2014 Related PostsThe Deceptive (And Dreaded) Word Count The Inventors Dilemma Changes to Common Application Essay Prompts for 2017-18 Instant Civics Lesson–Memorial Day & …

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Rising Student Loan Delinquency

Student loans can help fund college expenses, yet create a future financial burden for students when in repayment.  Currently, the total of student loans 90 days or more delinquent is at a record high of $124.3 billion – an increase of more than $3 Billion since last quarter.  Possible reason for the delinquency can include …

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The State of the Recent College Graduate

Just in the last month, more recently graduated or soon-to-be-graduated college students have re-connected with Creative Marbles for post-college advising.  Degrees (almost) in hand, “Now what?” is the question, as these grads move back home with mom and dad. The current sentiment as published in today’s Wall Street Journal gives insight into the world our …

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General Thinking According To Google Trends

What’s on people’s minds… Hat tip to zerohedge.com (8/21/2013) Related PostsParents and Academic Success Greek Life: One Perspective on College Fraternities & Sororities “Why Do You Want to Go To College?” Has New Meaning The University of California Unveiled Brand New Application Essay Prompts Home for the Summer