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Infographic: College graduates afraid of not finding job


Respondents to an online survey say that of their worries after college, they are most afraid of not finding a job

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In an April 2012 survey, U.S. adults revealed their biggest concerns about life after college. The survey, fielded by Harris Interactive on behalf of, finds an amazing 57 percent of those who took out student loans still have a balance. Of those carrying a student loan balance, one in three said it was $20,000 or more. When asked what they worry about, the top answer wasn’t surprising: finding a job.

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