Ryan repaid their loans by driving for Uber, walking dogs and working the night time shift—all during the exact same time.
This is actually the installment that is latest in our show in to the Ebony, where we hear from those who escaped the duty of unpaid bills and loans through sacrifice and ingenuity. This week we speak with Ryan*, whom worked four jobs to cover his student debt off.
Ryan, 29, Quincy, Massachusetts
Last debt: $60,000
supply: student education loans
Past work: Magazine reporter, Yesterday’s Island, Nantucket
Last wage: $18 one hour job that is current advertising supervisor at an accounting company, part-time Uber motorist, protection guard and dog-walker
present income: $70,000
present web worth: $25,000
We graduated from presumption university this year having A english level and $60,000 in debt. All my other friends that are english-major freaking down about life and jobs, but I happened to be fairly relaxed. Do you know what you’re stepping into once you become an English major.
We had arranged a summer time task composing for a mag in Nantucket, Massachusetts, and knew I would be taken by it through summer time.
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