With the student loan waiver about to expire, will employers step in to fill the gap?

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In the wake of the Great Resignation, employers everywhere are rethinking what it takes to recruit and retain valued employees. For many, that may mean revisiting education benefits—some of which haven’t changed in two decades.

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A new report from WTW found that more than 52% of employers surveyed expect to offer counseling for student loan refinancing or consolidation, a sharp increase from 24% in 2021.

WTW also found that about one-third of employers expect to provide contributions for student loans by 2023, up from 8% last year, while the number of employers offering student loan consolidation is

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