People Working A Minimum Wage Job Can’t Afford Rent Anywhere In The U.S.

A full-time, minimum-wage worker can’t afford even a modest one-bedroom apartment in 93% of U.S. counties, according to a new report.And nowhere in the U.S. can a person working a standard 40-hour workweek at the federal, state or local minimum wage afford a modest two-bedroom rental, according to the annual report released Wednesday from The National Low-Income Housing Coalition. 

Source: People Working A Minimum Wage Job Can’t Afford Rent Anywhere In The U.S. | Portside

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