Minimum wage earners must work 89 hours per week to afford modest apartment
According to a national report released last week, a minimum wage earner in Minnesota would have to work 89 hours per week - or hold 2.2 full time jobs -- to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment. Of the twelve states in the Midwest, Minnesota has ranked the worst for affordability for minimum wage workers for three consecutive years.
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