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Welcome to members of the Commonwealth Club

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If you just heard me speak at the Commonwealth Club on Tuesday night about personal finance for young people, welcome.

Here’s the article I was reading from about young people’s debt and their feelings towards it. The 65+ comments are stunning.

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Dan Olson
Dan Olson
9 years 5 months ago
I was at the event on Tuesday and I appreciate your participation. I was a little disappointed that the panel (or the moderator, really) never got around to addressing the issue dangled so tantilizingly in front of us in the program description. (The fact that this may be the first generation in nearly 100 years to not enjoy the same standard of living as their parents.) Debt is a big part of the problem, to be sure, but it’s just one of the issues. I did find one report issued by the census that seems to declare (on page 19)… Read more »
9 years 5 months ago

Why didn’t anyone on the panel address why students have so much student loan debt? it’s because education costs have skyrocketed and financial aid has dwindled. i think maybe they should have addressed how to bring down the cost of education or maybe what schools should be doing to encourage people to attend college while not going broke, especially in California, the cost of a CSU and UC education have doubled at least.