How Much Do You Need To Make In EACH State to Make Ends Meet?


For single people living in the U.S., earning enough money to make ends meet looks different for each person, and location can play a major role. Overall, living costs have been increasing for Americans. They are spending more on where they live, the food they buy, and how they get around, according to MIT’s Living Wage Calculator. Across the nation, a single person needs to make between $28,000 to $31,000. The most expensive states were California and New York, where the total required income before taxes should be around $39,000. Surprisingly, Oregon requires an income of around $35,000. South Dakota was the most affordable at $26,000. Click the link and check out the map to see how much money a single person needs to earn to get by in every U.S. state. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/08/17/income-a-single-person-needs-to-get-by-in-every-us-state.html


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