In the coming years, more and more American colleges and universities will be able to offer students tuition waivers.
These students can go on to earn degrees and pursue careers that are often in direct competition with their previous education.
But a new report from the Brookings Institution found that the vast majority of students are likely to be in the worst shape of their lives.
In an op-ed published in the Wall Street Journal, economist and former Obama economic adviser Larry Summers said that in order to make tuition-free college more affordable, students should be forced to work more hours in order for their families to make ends meet.
“I can assure you that many of these people will be unemployed for several years and probably for the rest of their life,” Summers wrote.
Summers added that the policy would also hurt the already fragile economic recovery and cause many Americans to be more dependent on government support.
According to the Brookings study, over the next 30 years, the number of Americans working more than 40 hours a week will increase by nearly 20 percent.
According the report, the average hourly wage for full-time workers is $18.60 and the average family income for people working at least 40 hours per week is $70,000.
In order to balance the budget in the next 10 years, nearly all Americans will need to work longer hours.
Despite the looming recession, the Brookings report suggests that some of these students will still get a better deal from their new tuition-exempt status.
For instance, students who earn more than $80,000 annually could get a tax credit worth $10,000 per year, while students who earned less than $50,000 could save $3,000 each year.
However, the report also noted that there will be a major financial hit for most of these taxpayers.
The Brookings Institution’s report also found that many students who are eligible for the tuition waivers are also likely to have other student loans that will be affected by the policy.
This is due in part to the fact that the students who qualify for the tax credit are expected to have high student loan debt.
According to the report’s calculations, the maximum debt a student with $60,000 in debt can take out is $34,000, while the maximum amount a student could take out for a $50-per-year student loan is $3.2 million.
The Brookings Institute also found some of the most severe repercussions for students who graduate from these programs.
Of the more than 2.2 billion students who received waivers in 2016, about 11 million were from families making $80 to $100,000 a year.
The report found that nearly 4 in 10 of these student borrowers, or 47 percent, had debts of more than five years, meaning they had either defaulted on a student loan or had a defaulted loan on their credit reports.
More than two in three of these borrowers have student loans on their records, and nearly half have student loan debts that exceed $40,000 on their record.
This means that the majority of these debtors are likely facing severe financial problems if they leave the school and are unable to pay back their student loans.
If you or anyone you know needs help, contact the National Student Loan Counseling Center at 800-827-2288.