Jun 5, 2019 By Sabri Ben-Achour Marketplace https://www.marketplace.org/2019/06/05/the-other-dark-side-of-debt-psychological-wellbeing/
People who are currently paying student loans have a much higher score on the Marketplace-Edison Research Economic Anxiety Index® than those who don’t have student loans — about two thirds higher.
This is pretty much in line with what we know about indebtedness and psychological well-being: they don’t go hand in hand.
“We found that those students who took on more student loans reported poorer mental health,” said Katrina Walsemann, an associate professor at Read More
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