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Sallie Mae flies more than 100 employees to Hawaii to celebrate $5 billion in sales while student debt crisis tops $1.6 trillion
As borrowers struggle to keep up with their payments, Sallie Mae flew more than 100 employees on its sales team to Hawaii to celebrate $5 billion in sales.
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kalbzayn Oct 18
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This is one of the few things I won't blame on Trump. It was a problem back when I was in college in the 90s and we've been kicking the can down the curb since then.
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Felichia Eaton Oct 17
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yo people living their best life 😣
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Justin Key Oct 17
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Matty Speth Oct 17
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Was The Doral booked?
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Matthew Dickson Oct 18
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underrated tweet!
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Counselor70🏳️‍🌈⚢ Oct 17
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.....and they charge me compound interest on a 20 yr old student loan.
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Terra Mater Oct 17
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Damn, if their interest rates weren't so high and continued to accumulate every year, I'd be able to go to Hawaii too. I've been paying for 8 years and owe more now than when I started payments. It's bullshit!
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🤷🏽‍♀️✨🤎✊🏾 Oct 17
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Riiiiiight!!!
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Neoliberalism will be the death of us all Oct 18
I read that they did but other outlets who posted it have not though they may have by now. How did the fact checkers miss this? 🤔
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