Winona State University grad: Debt is keeping me from the career I want

Judging from its latest tweets, it looks like the Minnesota State Student Association is continuing to collect stories on how debt has affected recent grads.

This video is the story of Josh Martin (search for his name in the survey results), who got a bachelor's in English from Winona State University. He's about $19,000 in debt, and says he wants to work at a non-profit, where he can benefit society. But debt payments might push him back to work in the private sector -- such as at Walmart, where he used to work.

I have a post here on the results so far.

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