Minimum Wage in U.S. Cities Not Enough to Afford Rent, Report Says

Around the country, renter households would need to make $19.35 an hour working full time to afford a two-bedroom unit, which is $4 more than the estimated average wage of U.S. workers, according to the report released Tuesday by the National Low Income Housing Coalition. Click here to read article.

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