COVID-era grads skip college about debt threats, work

Numerous Americans who graduated throughout the pandemic are skipping college or university. Quite a few have have turned as an alternative to hourly work or professions that never have to have a degree. Other people experience locked out, deterred by large tuition and potential student credit card debt. (March 9) (AP Online video: Patrick Orsagos)

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