Tuesday, May 31, 2016

There is no place in Pennsylvania where you can make minimum wage and afford a two-bedroom apartment

Many people make more than the minimum wage — which is $7.25, currently in Pennsylvania — however, even at the state average wage, affordable housing is out of reach for many. 

The average wage needed to afford a two-bedroom apartment in Pennsylvania is $18.27. The average wage in Pennsylvania is $13.80. 

MORE:
http://www.pennlive.com/news/2016/05/there_is_no_place_in_pennsylva.html?ath=7fa8ef6e7c411bcb0867e0a4fb88ba35#cmpid=nsltr_herostrybutton_single

2 comments:

  1. Except Columbia ! , Free CAP Rent, Free Clothing Bank, Free Church Meals, Free Food Bank, Cheap Reuseit Shops, and Hinkle's on payday !!

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  2. That's not even FUNNY,,,You can barely afford a one bedroom on minimum wage anywhere!
    Narrow minded!

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