INVITATION: JPMC Institute Data Dialogue | Student Loan Debt: Racial Disparities and Shared Family Burden
American families carry more than $1.5 trillion in student loan debt, and the economic impacts of COVID-19 are likely to exacerbate the burden of this debt. Recently, the JPMC Institute released new research examining how student loan debt impacts borrowers’ and their families’ financial lives, as well as how different socioeconomic and demographic groups manage their student debt.
Join us on November 19th as Fiona Greig, JPMCI's Director of Consumer research, leads a discussion on student loan debt exploring how different socioeconomic and demographic groups manage their student debt. The conversation will focus on the ways in which student debt disproportionately impacts Black and Hispanic borrowers as well as the shared burden of payments within a family both before and during the pandemic.