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Millennial student debt hurting the housing market, study shows

Student debt is no joke to the economy. A new report shows 46.5 percent of millennials currently own money on student loans, and more than 60 percent of millennial respondents say their monthly student loan bills impact their spending habits "very much" or "somewhat."...
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