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Inadequate income, employment and education are well documented as causes of and contributing factors to people cycling in and out of homelessness. Without a regular income from steady employment, and the skills and opportunities made available by education, it can be very difficult to afford decent, stable accommodation. Low levels of education and literacy often lead to and maintain poverty, as an individual's engagement in the labor market is limited. As well, difficulties with employment, education, and income support can be related to difficulties with health, mental health, and addictions. All of these factors both affect and are affected by homelessness.

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