Dallas, TX (PRWEB) May 17, 2013
National Debt Relief calls out to all the new graduates to seek debt help for all their financial problems. It seems that despite their expensive education, the future is not so bright for those graduating. Combine debts with the bleak economic conditions and you will have a debt ridden generation who has yet to find the means to pay off what they owe.
This particular problem is actually being reported in various online publications.
RT.com, in a post entitled “Student debt, job market creating generation of wage slavery” speaks of how the graduates of 2011 and 2012 are both finding it hard to get jobs. And those who are lucky enough to find careers are usually over qualified for it.
New York Post, in an article titled “It’s cap and groan time” mentioned how young individuals are at a disadvantage in the job hunting market because they are still establishing themselves. With no work history to their name, they are having difficulty following the career path that they hoped they will have when they signed up for their student loan. Now that they have graduated, they are under a lot of stress to find work because several of them are experiencing the dreaded red ink on their finances - for both student and credit card debt.
In a separate publication, The Seattle Times followed the experiences of a 2009 graduate who is burdened with student debt and strained relationships with the parent who co-signed her loan. The article is titled “Student debt drowns financial future” and it details the struggles of an individual that seems to epitomize the life that current graduates are headed into.
All of these publications seem to paint a bleak future for the youth of today. It is the belief of National Debt Relief that the youth should start seeking debt help as early as possible.
With the limited resources and accumulating credit balances, consumers can benefit from the debt reduction that is the main goal of debt settlement. Using a process that had seen a lot of successes, National Debt Relief employs IAPDA accredited debt experts who will negotiate on behalf of clients to achieve a significant reduction on their debt. (IAPDA stands for International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators)
The company offers mainly debt settlement but they also offer one thing that is needed by all consumers: debt education. Recently hailed by Top Consumer Reviews as the leading debt relief company, National Debt Relief is ready to seek out the younger generation to help them build a better future for themselves.
Visit their website or call 888-703-4948 to find out more about debt settlement.