RL

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AcronymDefinition
RLRadio Liberty
RLRalph Lauren
RLRials (currency of the Islamic Republic of Iran)
RLRugby League
RLReal Life (as opposed to the Internet)
RLReinforcement Learning
RLResponsabilidad Limitada (Guatemala)
RLResearch Lab
RLReduced Level (surveying, construction)
RLReturn Loss
RLRoot Length
RLRed Line (Hot Wheels cars)
RLResearch Library (Microsoft)
RLRocket Launcher
RLReporting Limit
RLRemus Lupin (character from Harry Potter)
RLRaid Leader (online role playing)
RLRinger's Lactate
RLRomance Language
RLRewriting Logic
RLRed Lobster (seafood restaurant)
RLRear Left (automotive)
RLReverse Logistics
RLRichland Operations Office (Department of Energy)
RLRunway Light
RLRight Limit
RLReturn Link(s)
RLRaman Lidar (laser remote sensing instrument)
RLRetention Level
RLRemote Loopback
RLRegister Load
RLLoan Repayment
RLRelease Line
RLRental Policy (insurance)
RLReinstatement Letter (insurance)
RLRequirement List
RLRecord Length
RLRemoved Layer
RLRead List (Hyper Logo Turtle graphics command)
RLReport Leaving
RLRandom Length (flooring)
RLRegistered Locksmith
RLRéseau Local (French: Local Area Network)
RLRed Low
RLReservation Level
RLReinforcement Length
RLRed Lantern (restaurant)
RLRadio Libertaire (French radio station)
RLRouter Links (OSPF)
RLRebel Legion (Star Wars costuming group)
RLRome Laboratories
RLRoue Libre (French: Freewheel)
RLReadiness Level
RLRoof Level
RLResidual Life
RLReceive Location
RLReinvention Laboratory
RLReckless Life (Guns N' Roses song)
RLRainfed Lowland
RLRepublique Libanaise
RLRetry Later
RLRéflexion Lumineuse (French: Light Reflection)
RLRecovery Language
RLRené Loyon (French theater director)
RLRevenue Ledger
RLRealschullehrer/In
RLRestoral Limit
RLRegistered Landman (American Association of Professional Landmen)
RLRune Legion (RuneScape website)
RLRotary Lodge
RLRelocation Library
RLRichland Area Office (DOE)
RLUS Revenue Customs Fee (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
RLRegular-Leaved (tomato plants)
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While tuition reimbursement programs, which are federally regulated, are far more common--offered by 80% of employers--Willis Towers Watson is starting to see "a significant increase in the number of employers considering a student loan repayment program, when they think about the overall wellness of their worker population," says Lydia Jilek, senior director of voluntary benefits at the consultancy.
On the other hand, if you have a young demographic, offering benefits like student loan repayment could be the way to go.
While we are able to pay a fairly competitive salary, we have difficulty recruiting qualified clinicians because the surrounding states offer incentives to clinicians, such as the availability of State Loan Repayment Program funding, that New Hampshire doesn't.
The CEO said defermentof loan repayment is acollective decision and it isthe only way to address theissue that youths are facingnow.
At the July 2018 meeting, the Board directed staff to develop legislation to provide scholarships or loan repayment funding through a surcharge on licensee fees.
Employers and employees alike acknowledge that the burden of student loan repayment often derails employee retirement savings.
The surge in public debt over the last five years has increased the debt-servicing burden in terms of interest payments and loan repayments on both foreign and domestic debt.
Sixty percent of former college students who are currently repaying student loans are concerned their student loan repayments will cause them to work extra jobs to make ends meet, according to a survey commissioned by Discover Student Loans.
Declining loan repayment rates may lead to adverse outcomes for both banks and borrowers.
* Measuring loan repayment on a per-student basis sometimes produces different results than measuring repayment on a per-dollar basis.
To be sure, help with student loan repayment is still a rare benefit -- only 4% of employers offered it in 2017 and 2016, though the number has ticked up from 3% in 2015, according to data from the Society for Human Resource Management.
BenefitEd, founded by the Nelnet Innovation Hub in 2016, helps employers offer student loan repayment as an employee benefit by directly contributing toward an employee's student loan balance.