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Americans struggle paying for housing and education, among other necessities and goals, but student debt seems to be keeping.
The average student debt is $38,390. The median student debt is between $10,000 and $25,000, while 2% of borrowers owe $100,000 or more. The table below shows the distribution of outstanding balances. Student debt is so ubiquitous that 68 members of the U.S. Congress (13%) either owe debt themselves or have family members who owe student debt.