While student loans are a common choice for funding a college education, they should only be considered after you've explored other financing options, including working while in school. If you do decide to take on debt, have a systematic plan to pay off the student loans after the college degree is secured. Here are some tips to pay them off quickly.
The Federal Reserve estimates that there is an $830,000 difference between getting a college education and earning only a high school diploma. The difference can be even larger in the field of healthcare.