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Google’s latest employee perk to attract talent is help with student loans.
Starting in 2021, Google will match up to $2,500 per full-time employee per year toward their student loan payments, John Casey, Google’s director of Global Benefits told employees Thursday, according to an internal email viewed by CNBC.
“College degrees are out of reach for too many people around the world, and the soaring student loan debt crisis has widened an already pervasive wealth gap, globally,” Casey said in Thursday’s email. He added that Americans, in particular, face a student loan deficit upward of $1.5 trilli…
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