How many Hours do You need to Work to Pay Rent

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Mic.com made a map to demonstrate how many hours an American needs to work (at minimum wage) to pay a standard rent (for a one-bedroom rental unit at fair market value). The results are astonishing. This chart is made for minimum wage, for each state, in 2015.

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Alabama: 61 hours

Alaska: 79 hours

Arizona: 67 hours

Arkansas: 54 hours

California: 92 hours

Colorado: 75 hours

Connecticut: 84 hours

Delaware: 89 hours

Florida: 77 hours

Georgia: 72 hours

Hawaii: 125 hours

Idaho: 59 hours

Illinois: 75 hours

Indiana: 62 hours

Iowa: 58 hours

Kansas: 62 hours

Kentucky: 57 hours

Louisiana: 69 hours

Maine: 71 hours

Maryland: 101 hours

Massachusetts: 87 hours

Michigan: 58 hours

Minnesota: 68 hours

Mississippi: 61 hours

Missouri: 59 hours

Montana: 54 hours

Nebraska: 54 hours

Nevada: 71 hours

New Hampshire: 89 hours

New Jersey: 100 hours

New Mexico: 64 hours

New York: 98 hours

North Carolina: 66 hours

North Dakota: 62 hours

Ohio: 54 hours

Oklahoma: 59 hours

Oregon: 58 hours

Pennsylvania: 78 hours

Rhode Island: 67 hours

South Carolina: 66 hours

South Dakota: 49 hours

Tennessee: 65 hours

Texas: 73 hours

Utah: 69 hours

Vermont: 70 hours

Virginia: 97 hours

Washington: 73 hours

West Virginia: 53 hours

Wisconsin: 67 hours

Wyoming: 64 hours

 

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