I’m wondering how other people on The Billfold have decided that going into debt for graduate…
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It me!

I’m currently in an MLIS program- chose one that had 1. the cheapest tuition (that was still in person program) and also has 2. paid internships as part of it. Estimate that we’ll end up with about $30k in loans by the end, mostly for living expenses as I’m working part time and so is partner- this was all a part of the plan.

We chose this path for many reasons: to get out of the situation we were in; to be a librarian one must have a Masters; the cheap cheap tuition makes things way easier; and we are not planning on having children, so our future earnings only have to cover us.

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