The economy is improving, and college graduates in 2015 have the highest chance since the recession of finding employment in their field of study. Ylan Q. Mui from The Washington Post discusses the employment outlook and uses real-life stories from recent graduates who have experienced the economic upswing. It was…

Repaying your student loans doesn’t have to be as stressful as you think. When you take the appropriate steps to get started, like figuring out when your grace period ends, you can manage your student loan debt.

One path to financial success is to pay off your student loans as early as possible. When you do, you not only shorten your repayment term but you also pay less interest over the life of the loan because you repay your principal balance at a faster rate.

You don’t have to be overwhelmed by financial burden or struggle to make ends meet. There are many things that you can do to keep your student debt manageable and minimize expenses so you pay back less in the future.

While a college degree is an investment, many students are concerned about its value. If you’re researching college majors and career opportunities, look at what the return on investment (ROI) is for several popular careers.