May 22, 2018, 08:00 ET
SAN JOSE, Calif., May 22, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, analytics software firm FICO (NYSE:FICO) announced new study findings and an infographic on the credit behavior of young adults with student loans. The study used a nationally representative sample of 10 million scorable consumers age 18 to 30 in the U.S. who had a student loan actively in repayment, to determine the credit behaviors that are driving FICO® Score increases and decreases.
FICO looked at the credit behaviors of these two groups across a variety of dimensions such as amounts owed, on-time payments, and searches for new credit, to better understand the financial actions driving the "FICO Score increaser" and the "FICO Score decreaser" populations.
For full research details from the recent FICO study, check out the infographic outlining key findings here. Findings include credit behaviors of individuals who saw a 40 or more point increase in FICO Scores over a recent 12 month period, compared to those who saw a 40 or more point decrease in their FICO Scores over the same period.
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