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Friday, October 28, 2011


computer it schools

The student's debt is the new economic crisis appearing lately in the States. Academic education is so expensive, students have to get credits to pay and then reimburse for years and years after they start working with no possibility to begin a "normal" life.

Northumbria University

This is nothing more than an election gimmick - with a mounting state and sovereign debt crisis, this will only add to the demise of a once 'great' economic power.

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