Source: CNBC

A new survey by Fidelity revealed that at least 40 percent of graduates regret their financial decisions when it comes to higher education.

At least half of college graduates said that if it was possible they would have studied something different or attended a different institution, as reported by CNBC.

Though the cost of attending a higher education institution has increased in the last decade, salaries have remained the same, so affording college for many students often comes with a number of loans that many feel they will end up owing for the rest of their lives.

To make matters worse, data reveals that at least one in five college graduates continues working in a job that doesn’t even require a degree.

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