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In New York, a modest two-bedroom apartment will require a renter to earn approximately $55,000 a year, only slightly less than the average wage, according to data from the National Low Income Housing Coalition and Occupational Employment Statistics.
They were already struggling to make ends meet: the National Low Income Housing Coalition reports that a minimum-wage worker in Florida must work 109 hours per week, 52 weeks of the year, to afford the state's average rent of $1,019 for a two-bedroom apartment.
A National Low Income Housing Coalition report examines New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island, which have large numbers of two- and three-family homes and apartments.
According to the National Low Income Housing Coalition, there is not a single metropolitan area in the nation where the prevailing minimum wage can support a two-bedroom rental, a unit considered large enough for a four-member family.
The federal government once encouraged issuing excess housing vouchers - to reduce homelessness - because not all with vouchers were likely to find privately owned apartments that meet government safety standards and price limits, said Linda Couch, deputy director of the National Low Income Housing Coalition.
National Association of Homebuilders National Low Income Housing Coalition and the National Multi-Housing Council.
A recent national survey from the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) revealed that nowhere in the U.
No one has absolutely got a formula that says, if you do this, it will solve the problem," says Sheila Crowley, president of the National Low Income Housing Coalition.