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Student Takes Different Approach than Occupy Wall Street Protesters [PHOTO]

A student on Facebook is sharing an alternate way for Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protesters to try and achieve the ‘American Dream’.  OWS protesters are quick to blame Wall Street, the government, etc., but this student hints at someone else to blame…yourself!

Part of the Occupy Wall Street movement included people holding up a note-card, paper, etc. to the camera with a short description of the adversity they have gone through in life and how they have gotten screwed over.

This particular student shares their story in a similar way, but offers an alternate route to take.

Student living within their means
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Do you think it’s possible to do what this student has done and graduate from college debt free? Is the system set up in a way where young adults can’t avoid falling into debt or are a lot of young people living above their means?

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