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Debt Burden: A Comparison of 1992–93 and 1999–2000 Bachelor’s Degree Recipients a Year After Graduating

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Table F-A Percentage of 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who borrowed for their undergraduate education, by family income and dependency status.


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Table A Among 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who borrowed for undergraduate education, average amount borrowed (in 1999 constant dollars) and among those repaying their loans a year later, average monthly salary and loan payment (in 2001 dollars) and median debt burden, by type of degree-granting institution: 1994 and 2001

Table 1 Percentage distribution of 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients by selected student and institutional characteristics

Table 2 Percentage of 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who borrowed for their undergraduate education and among those who borrowed, average amount (in 1999 constant dollars), by selected student and institutional characteristics

Table 3 Among 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who borrowed for their undergraduate education, percentage distribution of the amount borrowed (in 1999 constant dollars), by selected student and institutional characteristics

Table 4 Percentage of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who borrowed for their undergraduate education and among those who borrowed, average amount (in 1999 constant dollars), by type of loan and selected student and institutional characteristics

Table 5 Percentage of 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who had enrolled in a graduate or first-professional program, and among 1999–2000 graduates who had not yet enrolled, percentage expecting to do so in the future, by selected student and institutional characteristics: 1994 and 2001

Table 6 Among 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who had considered graduate or first-professional education but had not yet enrolled, percentage distribution of their primary reason for postponing enrollment, by selected student and institutional characteristics: 2001

Table 7 Percentage of 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who had taught at any K–12 school, by total amount borrowed (in 1999 constant dollars): 1994 and 2001

Table 8 Percentage of 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who did not consider their current job to be the start of a career in that occupation or industry and, among those with jobs, percentage distribution of their primary reason for taking the job, by total amount borrowed: 2001

Table 9 Among 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who had borrowed federal loans or from family or friends, percentage who still owed, and if still owed, average amount owed (in 2001 constant dollars), by type of loan and selected student and institutional characteristics: 2001

Table 10 Among 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who borrowed for their undergraduate education, percentage repaying their loans, by total amount borrowed and student enrollment status: 1994 and 2001

Table 11 Among 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who were repaying their loans, percentage distribution of the amount of their monthly payment (in constant 2001 dollars) and average monthly payment, by selected student and institutional characteristics: 1994 and 2001

Table 12 Among 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who were repaying their undergraduate loans, percentage distribution of their employment status, by selected student and institutional characteristics: 1994 and 2001

Table 13 Among 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who were employed and repaying their undergraduate loans, percentage distribution of their annual salary (in constant 2001 dollars) and average annual salary, by selected student and institutional characteristics: 1994 and 2001

Table 14 Among 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who were employed and repaying their undergraduate loans, percentage distribution of their debt burden and their median debt burden, by selected student and institutional characteristics: 1994 and 2001

Table 15 Among 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who were repaying their undergraduate loans, percentage distribution of whether parents were helping with repayment, by selected student and institutional characteristics: 2001

Table 16 Among 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who were not enrolled, percentage distribution of their living arrangement, by selected student characteristics: 1994 and 2001

Table 17 Among 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who were not enrolled, percentage with monthly payments for mortgage or rent and auto loans and among those with payments, average amounts (in constant 2001 dollars), by selected student characteristics: 1994 and 2001

Table 18 Among 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who were not enrolled, percentage who were married as of and after graduation, by selected student characteristics: 1994 and 2001

Table 19 Among 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients who were repaying loans, married, and not enrolled, percentage whose spouse also was repaying, average payment amount by such spouse, and average monthly payment by household, by respondents’ monthly repayment amount: 2001

Table 20 Percentage distribution of selected student characteristics and institutional characteristics, by borrowing status: 1992–93 and 1999–2000

Table 21 Among 1992–93 and 1999–2000 bachelor’s degree recipients, percentage distribution of selected student and institutional characteristics, by debt burden status: 1994 and 2001


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