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Military Service – comes with GI Bill Benefits (this is my son’s plan)

Workforce – if you are careful, you can get on with a company that will pay for you to go to school part-time. (this was my strategy)

If you don’t want to wait consider

Teaching – if you agree to work in an “underserved” area, your student loans may be forgiven, same with some medical degrees.

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