With a debt that recently topped the $22 trillion mark, the United States has the biggest debt of any nation in the world in sheer dollar count. However, we can use a different debt metric to determine which country is the worst offender – and the top-ten list might surprise you.
Like an infectious disease, a troubling trend has propagated throughout the world in the global economy. As financial strain leads to health problems, citizens of the world struggle to maintain a baseline quality of life or even meet basic survival needs.
In a nation with a nearly $22 trillion debt and tuition costs rising every year, perhaps it shouldn’t be surprising that U.S. student loan debt is sky high.
Antisocial, isolated, entitled, wasteful, irresponsible... Millennials get tagged with negative labels all the time by previous generations, but it’s generally the result of media-fueled stereotypes and/or isolated incidents.