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CT Ranks 9th Highest Housing Wage

National Low Income Housing Coalition's 2019 Out of Reach report was released today. Connecticut continues to rank #9 in a state-by-state comparison of wages to rents. In order to afford a 2-bedroom rental, a Connecticut worker needs to earn an hourly wage of $25.40. At today's $10.10 minimum wage, a person needs to work 101 hours per week to afford a place to live. To read the full report ...

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