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  1. ‘I was chasing my tail’: one woman’s battle with in-work poverty
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  4. Interest rates left at 0.75% amid signs of rebound for UK economy
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  16. Let’s move to Sedbergh, Cumbria: lovely in its isolation
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  39. Amy Schumer opens up about mixed feelings going back to work after giving birth
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  41. Super-rich renting London homes for £5,000-plus a week amid Brexit worries
  42. Southern drought deepens; 11 million affected
  43. The Note: Biden faces squeeze as Trump flurries continue
  44. Sir Bradley Wiggins: ‘My most embarrassing moment? Post 2012, I had a few hissy fits’
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  56. Gini index is a poor inequality measure
  57. Employers added just 136K jobs in September while unemployment rate hits a new 50-year low
  58. The Note: Trump digs in deeper than some allies want him to go
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  60. Dairy farmers, animal activists want to know how $900 million for marketing was spent
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  94. AP FACT CHECK: Trump mistruths on Ukraine, impeachment fight
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  136. Tribal leaders say 2020 should be about ‘life or death’ issues, not Warren’s DNA
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  147. The Latest: Nevada AG says plutonium fight will continue
  148. Talk of a public housing renaissance in London is fake news
  149. A ‘direct correlation’ between rise of hate on social media and attacks, says SPLC
  150. Island or European nation? Rival views of UK shape Brexit
  151. Unnecessary knee airbags may cause more harm than good, study says
  152. Trump-McConnell 2020? Senate leader takes on role of wingman
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  159. Cutting the cord with Vizio’s new V436 TV
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  166. Backers of Hawaii telescope tout benefits to humanity, jobs
  167. Gin made from peas is a new innovation for environmentally friendly martinis
  168. ‘My husband quit his job to help grow my business. More men should do this’
  169. Government to issue ‘sleep hygiene’ guidance
  170. San Francisco runner makes art with GPS-tracking fitness apps Strava, MapMyRun
  171. Olivia Wilde thanks strangers for helping with son’s ‘defcon 1’ meltdown: ‘I’m so moved’
  172. ‘You owe them an apology’: Rep. Tulsi Gabbard takes aim at Sen. Kamala Harris’ record as a prosecutor during 2020 Democratic debate
  173. Joe Biden accidentally endorses Sen. Cory Booker for president during 2020 debate
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  177. This meat thermometer is perfect for grilling, smoking, and roasting—and it’s on sale
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  183. We tried the egg cooker with a cult-following on Amazon—is it worth it?
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  185. Events look at balancing security, ambiance after shooting
  186. Q&A: What to know about the Capital One data breach
  187. Zen group to stop York Minster meetings after religious row
  188. Teen climate activist gets Normandy’s first Freedom Prize
  189. Does Trump’s racially divisive campaign strategy carry a hidden message for black voters?
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Though the Oughout. S. joblessness rate attained 3. 6% in 04 2019, the lowest stage since Dec 1969, a lot of full-time employees in America find it difficult to stay from poverty. Countrywide, about 3 or more. 1 mil full-time employees, or 3% of all full-time workers, work poor – individuals who function full-time, 365 days a year jobs plus earn earnings below the particular poverty range.

Though creating a full-time work lowers the possibilities of living in low income, it is simply no guarantee. Designed for reference, the overall poverty price is fourteen. 6%.

To look for the cities exactly where having a work does not a person out of low income, 24/7 Walls St . assessed the ratio of the state poverty price in every metro region to that area’s poverty price among full-time, year-round employees ages sixteen to sixty four. Nationwide, People in america with a full-time, year-round work are four. 9 situations less likely compared to general public to reside in low income.

Among metropolitan areas on this checklist, having a work is much less advantageous, plus full-time employees are 3 or more. 6 situations less likely in order to twice as more likely to stay away from poverty because the general public.

From the 20 towns on this listing, five have been in Texas plus three are usually in Louisiana.

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20. Bakersfield, California

• Poverty price of full-time workforce: six. 3%

• Official low income rate: twenty two. 6% (top 10%)

• June joblessness rate: 8% (top 10%)

• Avg. workweek: 39 hours (top 40%)

Nationwide, Us citizens who function full-time, 365 days a year are four. 9 occasions less likely to stay poverty compared to general public. Within Bakersfield, full-time workers are usually 3. six times more unlikely to live beneath the low income line. 1 reason for the particular relatively higher rate associated with working low income in the town may be the many low-wage farming jobs.

Regarding 19. 1% of employees in Bakersfield are employed within agriculture, the particular fifth-largest reveal in the country. The average farming worker makes $562 per week, among the minimum of any kind of metropolitan farming sector plus less than half the particular $1, info average every week wage for everyone U. T. workers.

nineteen. Dalton, Atlanta

• Low income rate associated with full-time labor force: 5. 3%

• Established poverty price: 18. 9% (top 20%)

• 06 unemployment price: 4. 6% (top 20%)

• Avg. workweek: 37. 7 hrs (top 40%)

Dalton any of many manufacturing-dependent metro locations in the Southern with a big share associated with working grown ups living in low income. About 43. 6% associated with workers within Dalton are utilized in the production sector, the particular fifth-largest reveal of any kind of U. S i9000. city. The common wage to get manufacturing employees in Dalton is $850 a week, much less than both average associated with $1, 318 for the industry nationwide as well as the average associated with $1, information for all Oughout. S. employees.

About five. 3% associated with Dalton occupants who function full-time reside in poverty, regarding one-fourth the particular 18. 9% poverty price for all occupants. Nationwide, the particular 3% operating poverty price is approximately one-fifth the particular 14. 6% official low income rate.

eighteen. Hilton Mind Island-Bluffton-Beaufort, Sc

• Low income rate associated with full-time labor force: 3. 8%

• Established poverty price: 13. 4% (bottom 40%)

• 06 unemployment price: 3. 2% (bottom 30%)

• Avg. workweek: 39. 9 hrs (top 10%)

A vacation place to go for roughly second . 7 mil visitors each year, the Hilton Head Tropical isle metro region is one associated with several visitor hubs in which a relatively big share associated with full-time employees live in low income because of low-wage jobs. Regarding 15. 6% of the Hilton Head labor force is employed within the leisure plus hospitality field, the seventh-largest share associated with any city area. The typical worker within leisure plus hospitality makes $430 per week, less than half the particular $1, information average every week wage intended for workers throughout all sectors nationwide. Discretion and food is another industry that can pay out full-time employees poverty income.

Nationwide, Us citizens who function full-time 365 days a year are four. 9 occasions less likely to stay poverty compared to general public. Within Hilton Mind, full-time employees are several. 5 instances less likely to reside below the particular poverty range.

17. River Charles, Louisiana

• Low income rate associated with full-time labor force: 4. 7%

• Public poverty price: 16. 5% (top 40%)

• 06 unemployment price: 3. 5% (bottom 50%)

• Avg. workweek: 39. 7 hrs (top 20%)

Full- plus part-time employees in River Charles work with an average of 39. 7 hrs a week – a full hr longer compared to national amount. Despite the lengthier workweek, four. 7% associated with full-time, 365 days a year workers within Lake Charles live in low income, far more compared to 3% nationwide working low income rate.

One particular factor adding to the fairly large discuss of functioning poor within Lake Charles may be the population’s low academic attainment. Places with lower educational achievement are more unlikely to catch the attention of advanced sectors and often possess relatively couple of high-wage work available. Within Lake Charles, 21. 4% of grown ups have a college degree, much less than the thirty. 9% nationwide rate.

sixteen. Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

• Poverty price of full-time workforce: several. 6%

• Official low income rate: twelve. 6% (bottom 30%)

• June joblessness rate: three or more. 5% (bottom 50%)

• Avg. workweek: 37. nine hours (bottom 40%)

Located on the north shore associated with Lake Coeur d’Alene, the particular Coeur d’Alene metro region is one associated with several holiday resort towns exactly where low-wage work opportunities keep a comparatively large discuss of full-time workers within poverty. Regarding 8. 8% of the Coeur d’Alene labor force is employed within the leisure plus hospitality field, far more compared to 5. 5% national body. The average income of food workers is certainly $355 per week, far less compared to weekly typical wage associated with $1, tips for employees across almost all industries countrywide and a low income wage to get a family of 3.

Nationwide, People in america who function full-time, 365 days a year jobs are usually 4. nine times more unlikely to be in low income than the common population. Within Coeur d’Alene, full-time employees are three or more. 5 situations less likely to reside below the particular poverty range.

15. Goldsboro, North Carolina

• Poverty price of full-time workforce: six. 1%

• Official low income rate: twenty one. 2% (top 10%)

• June joblessness rate: four. 4% (top 30%)

• Avg. workweek: 39. five hours (top 20%)

Within Goldsboro, nineteen. 7% associated with adults possess a bachelor’s education, far less compared to 30. 9% national university attainment price. Individuals with no college degree are usually less likely to get high-paying job opportunities, and locations with lower educational achievement tend to have less high-paying sectors such as info and financial. In Goldsboro, just zero. 6% from the workforce is utilized in the info sector, the fraction of the four. 5% nationwide share. Regarding 5. 3% of employees are employed within finance, less than 50 % the eleven. 0% nationwide figure.

The standard worker within Goldsboro makes $720 per week, $381 lower than the average profits for all Oughout. S. employees. About six. 1% associated with full-time, 365 days a year workers reside in poverty, over twice the particular 3% nationwide working low income rate.

fourteen. Alexandria, Louisiana

• Low income rate associated with full-time labor force: 5. 7%

• Formal poverty price: 19. 6% (top 20%)

• 06 unemployment price: 4. 7% (top 20%)

• Avg. workweek: forty. 1 hrs (top 10%)

Two aspects contributing to the top share associated with working bad in Alexandria may be reduced educational achievement and a insufficient advanced, high-paying industry. Within Alexandria, eighteen. 3% associated with adults possess a bachelor’s diploma, far less compared to 30. 9% national university attainment price. In Alexandria, 1% from the workforce is utilized in details, far less compared to 4. 5% national discuss. About five. 2% associated with workers have got jobs within the financial routines sector, less than 50 % the 11% national body.

13. Monroe, Louisiana

• Poverty price of full-time workforce: seven. 1%

• Official low income rate: twenty-four. 2% (top 10%)

• June joblessness rate: four. 9% (top 20%)

• Avg. workweek: 38. six hours (top 50%)

Within Monroe, twenty two. 8% associated with adults possess a bachelor’s diploma, far less compared to 30. 9% national price. Because of the existence of low-wage industries, the typical worker within Monroe makes $766 per week, $335 lower than the Oughout. S. typical.

Of the approximated 20, 097 adults using a full-time, 365 days a year job within Monroe, seven. 1% reside in poverty – the fifth-highest working low income rate associated with any Oughout. S. city area.

twelve. Decatur, The state of alabama

• Low income rate associated with full-time labor force: 4. 9%

• Recognized poverty price: 16. 6% (top 40%)

• 06 unemployment price: 3. 1% (bottom 30%)

• Avg. workweek: 37. 4 hours (bottom 50%)

Within Decatur, eighteen. 5% associated with adults possess a bachelor’s education, far less compared to 30. 9% national university attainment price. In Decatur, 0. 6% of employees are employed within the information industry, a cheaper 4. 5% national reveal. About four. 8% operate finance, less than 50 % the 11% of Oughout. S. employees employed in the particular sector countrywide.

The lack of high-wage industries might diminish the benefit of having a full-time job within the struggle to remain out of low income. Nationwide, aquiring a full-time, 365 days a year job can make one four. 9 periods more likely to reside above the particular poverty collection than the common population. Within Decatur, full-time workers are usually 3. 4x as very likely to not reside in poverty.

eleven. Sebring, Sarasota

• Low income rate associated with full-time labor force: 5. 7%

• Public poverty price: 18. 7% (top 20%)

• 06 unemployment price: 5. 1% (top 20%)

• Avg. workweek: thirty seven. 8 hrs (bottom 30%)

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In southern central Florida, Sebring is one associated with America’s weakest cities. The normal household makes $36, 374 a year, the particular second-lowest typical household revenue of any kind of U. Ersus. metro region. About five. 1% from the workforce is usually unemployed, plus 18. 7% of inhabitants live in low income – every among the best such statistics of any kind of city.

Also those luckily enough to have a full-time job find it difficult to stay from poverty. Regarding 5. 7% of employees with full-time, year-round careers in Sebring live beneath the low income line, the particular 11th-highest functioning poverty price of any kind of city.

ten. Amarillo, Tx

• Low income rate associated with full-time labor force: 4. 6%

• Standard poverty price: 15% (bottom 50%)

• June joblessness rate: second . 5% (bottom 10%)

• Avg. workweek: 40 hours (top 10%)

Creating a job boosts the likelihood of residing above the particular poverty range by four. 9 occasions nationwide. Within Amarillo, the full-time work increases the probability of not becoming poor simply by 3. three times. About four. 6% from the full-time labor force in Amarillo lives in low income, compared with the particular 15% low income rate for all those residents from the metro region. Nationwide, 3% of the full-time workforce comes from poverty, as well as the national low income rate can be 14. 6%.

One aspect that may contribute to the fairly small distinction between the operating and public poverty prices in Amarillo may be the reduced educational achievement. Areas along with low academic attainment are usually less likely in order to attract innovative industries and frequently have few high-wage jobs accessible. About twenty three. 5% associated with adults within Amarillo possess a college degree, much less than the thirty. 9% nationwide rate.

nine. Gainesville, Atlanta

• Low income rate associated with full-time labor force: 5. 2%

• Established poverty price: 16. 1% (top 40%)

• 06 unemployment price: 3% (bottom 20%)

• Avg. workweek: 39. 7 hours (top 10%)

Gainesville is one of numerous manufacturing-dependent city areas within the South in which a large discuss of functioning adults reside in poverty. About 25. 1% associated with workers within Gainesville are utilized in the production sector, greater than twice the particular 12. 2% national talk about. The average production worker within Gainesville makes $879 per week, far less compared to the $1, 318 typical for the industry nationwide as well as the $1, tips average for those U. S i9000. workers.

Regarding 5. 2% of Gainesville residents who have work full-time live in low income, about one-third the sixteen. 1% low income rate for those residents. Countrywide, the 3% working low income rate is almost one-fifth the particular 14. 6% official low income rate.

almost eight. Laredo, Tx

• Low income rate associated with full-time labor force: 10. 2%

• Public poverty price: 31. 5% (top 10%)

• June unemployment rate: a few. 6% (bottom 50%)

• Avg. workweek: 38. 7 hours (top 40%)

Within Laredo, full-time workers are 3. 1 moments as prone to not reside in poverty.

One particular factor reducing the advantage of getting a full-time work is the great quantity of low-wage jobs. Across the U. S i9000. -Mexican border, Laredo is the country’s busiest away from the coast trade interface in terms of the overall value of items imported plus exported. Regarding 43. 5% of employees are employed within the trade, transportation and utilities field – the biggest share associated with any town. Workers within the sector gain an average income of $690 a week, $411 less than the typical wage for any workers countrywide.

7. Todas las Cruces, Brand new Mexico

• Poverty price of full-time workforce: nine. 2%

• Official low income rate: twenty-seven. 9% (top 10%)

• June unemployment price: 5. 6% (top 10%)

• Avg. workweek: thirty seven. 2 hours (bottom 20%)

Todas las Cruces is among the poorest city areas in the nation. The typical Todas las Cruces home earns $18, 538 much less a year compared to U. T. median, plus 27. 9% of inhabitants live in low income – the particular fourth-highest low income rate associated with any town. About five. 6% from the workforce is usually unemployed, much more than the a few. 7% nationwide unemployment price.

Even individuals with a job within Las Cruces struggle over the average Oughout. S. employee to stay from poverty. One of the 55, one hundred sixty adults using a full-time, 365 days a year job within Las Cruces, 9. 2% live beneath the low income line – more than 3 times the nationwide working low income rate.

six. St . George, Utah

• Poverty price of full-time workforce: four. 7%

• Official low income rate: fourteen. 2% (bottom 40%)

• June joblessness rate: three or more. 1% (bottom 30%)

• Avg. workweek: 36. several hours (bottom 10%)

Although increased visitor activity within St . George fueled financial growth within the metro region in recent years, low-wage jobs in the market may be one particular reason why full-time workers within the metro region live in low income. About 8% of the St George labor force is employed within leisure plus hospitality, much more than the five. 5% nationwide figure then one of the biggest shares associated with any town. The average food worker within St . George earns $341 a week, lower than one-third the particular $1, info average income for all employees nationwide.

General, about four. 7% associated with full-time, 365 days a year workers within St . George live in low income, about a 3rd of the public poverty price of fourteen. 2% within the city.

five. San Angelo, Texas

• Poverty price of full-time workforce: four. 4%

• Official low income rate: twelve. 9% (bottom 30%)

• June joblessness rate: second . 9% (bottom 20%)

• Avg. workweek: 41 hours (top 10%)

The common workweek amongst full- plus part-time employees in San Angelo is usually 41 hours – 2 . three or more hours lengthier than the Oughout. S. typical and the 12th-longest workweek associated with any town. Despite the extended hours, 4. 4% of full-time, year-round workers live in low income.

One aspect contributing to the top share associated with working bad may be the insufficient high-paying work opportunities within the metro region. Though San Angelo can be adjacent to the particular Permian Container and has among the largest organic resources plus mining areas of any kind of city, fairly few employees are employed consist of high-wage sectors. Just 6. 3% associated with workers possess jobs within professional plus business providers, less than half the particular 22% nationwide share.

four. Brownsville-Harlingen, Tx

• Low income rate associated with full-time labor force: 10. 8%

• Recognized poverty price: 31. 2% (top 10%)

• 06 unemployment price: 5. 4% (top 10%)

• Avg. workweek: 37. 1 hrs (bottom 40%)

On the the southern part of tip associated with Texas across the U. Ersus. -Mexican border, the particular Brownsville-Harlingen community area is among the poorest towns in the country. The normal household makes $36, 374 a year, the cheapest median home income associated with any city. About five. 4% from the labor force can be unemployed, plus 31. 2% of occupants live in low income – every among the best such numbers of any kind of city.

Also residents along with full-time jobs struggle with low income. Of the approximated 103, 936 adults along with full-time, 365 days a year jobs within Brownsville, ten. 8% reside below the particular poverty series – greater than three times the particular 3% nationwide working low income rate.

three or more. Idaho Drops, Idaho

• Poverty price of full-time workforce: 4%

• Formal poverty price: 11. 5% (bottom 20%)

• June unemployment rate: second . 3% (bottom 10%)

• Avg. workweek: 38 hours (bottom 40%)

Across the Snake Water between Great Teton Nationwide Park plus Sawtooth Nationwide Forest, Florida Falls any of various small, tourist-friendly metro locations with lower income inequality, where the distinction in the probability of living in low income between individuals with and without employment is relatively little. Full-time employees are second . 9 situations as very likely to not reside in poverty.

Countrywide, individuals with the college degree are usually 5. nine times because likely because those who failed to graduate from senior high school to not reside in poverty. Within Idaho Drops, college graduates are several. 1 occasions as more likely to not be within poverty – the fifth-smallest difference associated with any town.

2 . McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, Texas

• Poverty price of full-time workforce: eleven. 3%

• Official low income rate: thirty-one. 8% (top 10%)

• June joblessness rate: five. 9% (top 10%)

• Avg. workweek: 39. two hours (top 30%)

On the Oughout. S. -Mexican border, the McAllen-Edinburg-Mission metro region is a main port associated with trade. Regarding 28. 5% of employees are employed within the trade, transportation and utilities industry, the 12th-largest share associated with any town. The average business worker within the metro region earns $649 a week, $267 below the standard for the industry nationwide plus $452 beneath the average income for all Oughout. S. employees.

The frequency of low-wage industries along with other poor financial conditions keep many full-time workers within McAllen fighting to stay away from poverty. From the 203, 360 workers along with full-time, 365 days a year jobs within McAllen, eleven. 3% reside below the particular poverty collection – a lot more than three times the particular 3% nationwide working low income rate.

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one The Towns, Florida

• Poverty price of full-time workforce: four. 4%

• Official low income rate: nine. 2% (bottom 10%)

• June joblessness rate: four. 9% (top 20%)

• Avg. workweek: 36. four hours (bottom 10%)

In this retirement community, thirty four. 5% from the population age groups 16 in order to 64 functions in full-time, year-round work opportunities, the smallest discuss of any kind of U. S i9000. metro region.

For the group of employees who function full-time, numerous work in the particular low-paying work opportunities in the pension industry. Regarding 25% associated with workers are utilized in schooling and wellness services, plus 9. 5% are employed within leisure plus hospitality – each one of the largest reveal of any kind of city. The regular wage to get workers within the education plus health providers and discretion and food sectors are usually $835 plus $405 per week, respectively, much less than the $1, 101 typical pay for all of workers countrywide.

To determine the towns where using a job will not keep you from poverty, day to day Wall St measured precisely the official low income rate towards the poverty price among full-time, year-round employees ages sixteen to sixty four in urban centers using five-year data meant for 2013 in order to 2017 through the U. H. Census Bureau’s American Local community Survey. The particular cities about this list are where the percentage is the littlest.

Data at the mean hrs worked each week, median home income and the particular share associated with adults age 25 and more than with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree furthermore came from the particular ACS. Information on joblessness came from the neighborhood Area Joblessness Statistics plan of the Agency of Labour Statistics and they are seasonally altered for 06. Data upon employment plus average every week wage simply by industry originated from the Quarterly Census associated with Employment plus Wages plan of the BLS and are with regard to 2018.

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