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In the second segment of the Economy Bytes series, we explore characteristics of the “working poor” population in the United States. While most working poor people will not become homeless, they are much more likely than the general working population to experience and be affected by risk factors associated with homelessness, including sudden and significant loss of income, severe housing cost burden, and doubled up living arrangements. (Authors)
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