Kimber A. Russell, who has a J.D., writes a blog about the high debts and grim job prospects facing law school graduates.
Here he is, sitting one afternoon at a restaurant on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, a tall, sandy-haired, 27-year-old radiating a kind of surfer-dude serenity. His secret, if that’s the right word, is to pretty much ignore all the calls and letters that he receives every day from the dozen or so creditors now hounding him for cash. “And I don’t open the e-mail alerts with my credit score,” he adds. “I can’t look at my credit score any more.” Click here for full story<>NYTimes
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