live in the united states dream of many, which sometimes focus on the positive parts of the experience. However, reality is inevitable and there is one aspect that cannot be ignored: Rent costs that are becoming increasingly unaffordable, especially when planning to live alone.
In a recent report on this point, the NGO Combined Route of National Capital Region Data from the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) were used to determine Annual income required to afford one- and two-bedroom rent across the United States.
in 11 states, Tenants earning the average rent in their area do not meet the required income, The same is the case in California, Connecticut, Florida, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, etc.
Massachusetts is the biggest loser, as you have to earn more than $61,000 a year to rent a room.But the median household income for renters is less than $50,000.
For example, in San Francisco, United Way He explains that you need to earn $116,000 to buy a room, but the median income is only $93,303. These are the minimum income required to be able to pay for a room in any of the 50 states, Plus the average of what the tenants receive.
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