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Two years ago, the future looked bright for Donovan A. Martin. Armed with an accounting degree from Atlanta's Morehouse College, Martin landed a job as an accountant with a public accounting firm near Detroit. Earning $22,500 a year, he began paying back his $22,000 in student loans. Even when he got laid off, Martin figured another job couldn't be far off.
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