Congratulations, I guess, but the so-called 'student loan bubble' or even this article isn't really about you.
See, what you went and did was BUY some QUALIFICATIONS relating directly to a MARKETABLE SKILL SET.
Getting a $80k degree from a private college for something like philosophy, elementary ed, english lit, or even 'psychology' (which requires a masters or doctorate to make any $) is basically choosing to put a financial noose around your neck.
The days of 'XYZ Bachelors degree' = 'automatic middle class income' are gone.
This is because for about 2 generations now the assumption was you either got dirty for a living or went to college and got a white collar job. If you could string 2 sentences together and do long division your parents told you that you JUST HAD TO go to college whether or not you really knew why. It was just what you did.
Now, everyone has done it, 75%+ of the degrees are worthless, cost of higher ed has far outpaced inflation, the government gave away 'free money' to get it, and now countless 20 somethings are basically screwed and no-one knows how to swing a hammer or use a tape measure.
When the last plumber dies, we're in deep shit.