Why The Student Loan Bubble Won't Burst

  • Written by Robert Farrington for Forbes

There's a ton of talk in the news about how the student loan bubble looks like it's about to burst. Most acknowledge that there is a real student loan debt crisis occurring in America - with over $1.5 trillion in student loans outstanding, and average debt that's growing, and wages that are stagnant, there is a lot of adversity facing those with student loan debt.

And while the amount of student loan debt in the economy is troubling, unlike other debt crises - there is no mechanism from the student loan bubble to burst. Let's break it down.

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