I am 100 thousand dollars in debt from school loans and still unable to get sustainable employment to pay them

What is the best source of monies to pay off school loans so that I can continue on in my life. Oh and by the way I am disabled with Aspergers Syndrome.

Asked By: Ben R - 11/27/2006
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I've been there, okay? Yes, Aspergers is a tough syndrome to deal with, but don't ever let that stop you in life. Successful people are those who push past all odds to achieve goals. Stay positive, and never give up... More
Answered By: Inkling - 11/27/2006
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That would explain your predicament. Who would ever advise you to take on $100K for an education? No one with a grasp of reality for sure. You need to get a job and start working on those loans.
Answered By: united9198 - 11/27/2006
If you can study, there must be some sort of job you can do. Try networking....sometimes it's not what you know but who you know.
Answered By: noskcaj - 11/27/2006
You accepted the responsibility for the loans. Your disability does not make you unable to understand the legal ramifications of signing a contract - and no school guarantees employment. You need to make sure you are getting help to control the aspergers so you can stay in a job or find a job that takes you out of... More
Answered By: fancyname - 11/27/2006
This question needs to be a little bit more clear, What area of the country do you live in and what did you study in college?
Answered By: marie f - 11/27/2006
Just file for bankruptcy and start over again.
Answered By: Tapestry6 - 11/27/2006
I know someone who was able to get their school loans, along with other debts, written off because of health issues keeping them from working. I'm only letting you know, if you had to do a bankruptcy as a last resort... More
Answered By: cassicad75 - 11/27/2006
You need to contact your lender regarding an economic hardship or unemployment deferrment. This will defer or reduce your monthly loan payments for a specified period of time... More
Answered By: superstar_81882 - 11/27/2006
FYI - you cannot discharge federal student loans through bankruptcy...
Answered By: vickey m - 11/27/2006
You didn't say how bad your condition is but tutoring pays well and you can choose how any hours you want. In Cali I've seen the pay around $14-20 an hour but you have to a BA (or higher) or teaching degree... More
Answered By: vannalascano1987 - 11/27/2006
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