Study: 20% of college students face ‘dangerous’ debt-to-income ratios

ABOUT 20% OF college students are projected to have debt-to-income ratios “approaching dangerous levels” after entering the workforce due to student loan debt, a new study by LendEdu finds.
PROVIDENCE – Nearly 1 in 5 college students will have future debt-to-income ratios “approaching dangerous levels” just from student loans after graduating and entering the workforce, according to a new study. “We found that 16% of the nearly 10,000 student loan applicants [examined] have a projected [debt-to-income ratio] over 20%” for student loans alone, said…

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