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The recent decision to reinstate the draft in September may have a major impact on the availability of university education. Ever since the global financial crisis in 2008, a lot of taxpayers have cut back on their spending, with the result that the burden of tuition has shifted from the federal government to the states. Here are seven ways that the decisions to reinstate the draft and delay some other benefits will help to relieve that burden:
• Given the high rate of poverty in the United States, colleges and universities will be forced to raise tuition costs so that they can better attract students who can pay for them.
• The price of a college education has increased from about $6,000 a year in the early 1970s to $25,000 a year today, and the average annual rate of return on investment in college has been about 9 percent over the past forty years. Despite the availability of student loans, only about two in three recent college graduates were able to cover their student loans through earnings. The rest have to take out a mortgage to pay for their education, which effectively means they are borrowing $95,000 from their parents.
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