NAEH Economy Bytes Brief: The Working Poor
The working poor population is more likely to experience risk factors for homelessness than the general working population, according to the second installment of the Economy Bytes series released by the National Alliance to End Homelessness's Homelessness Research Institute (HRI). The report shows that the working poor are prone to severe housing cost burden, doubled up housing situations, and volatile employment conditions.
Read the full report on the Alliance's website.
Source: National Alliance to End Homelessness