10 Most Expensive Metro Areas to Live as a Low-Wage Worker
1. San Francisco, California
Where in America can a low-wage worker afford to pay rent for a one- or two-bedroom apartment? The answer is nowhere, according to a recent report by the National Low Income Housing Coalition. Take a look at the 10 most expensive metropolitan areas in America for housing. — Natelege Whaley (@natelege)
In San Francisco, a household has to make $37.62 an hour to afford a two-bedroom. The minimum wage in California is currently $8.