Teens expectations about paying for and starting college i

04-29-2020 06:57:41 PM

“From April 8 to 14, 2020, Wakefield Research conducted a survey on behalf of Junior Achievement USA and Citizens Bank | Citizens One. The survey of 1,000 13- to 18-year-olds not attending college focused on teens’ financial goals and concerns.”

“Nearly half of high school juniors and seniors (44%) say COVID-19 has impacted their plans to pay for college. Of those saying their plans have changed, most (58%) say that they are now more likely to take out a student loan to pay for college.”

 “Beyond those just planning to go to college, more than a quarter of teens (27%) say that their plans after high school graduation have changed. More than a third (35%) replied that COVID-19 would change their expected living situation after high school graduation, nearly as many (30%) say that COVID-19 is impacting their expected college starting date.“ [article]

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