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  • Employers are paying off people’s student loans
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Employers are paying off people’s student loans

Everyone loves a work perk. And in recent years, large corporations have upped their game when it comes to that little something extra for employees. While in the UK, Starbucks workers can get a leg-up onto the property ladder, in the US, some employers are paying off student debt.

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