Bakersfield makes the list for most affordable US city for minimum-wage workers

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Bakersfield was recently ranked as the country’s most livable big city for people earning minimum wage by the online moving-service marketplace Move.org. According to the report, someone making $14 per hour would need to work 52 hours and 24 minutes per month in order to afford a one-bedroom apartment in Bakersfield, which averages to about $733 a month. Bakersfield was ranked no. 1 on the list, followed by Tucson ($12.15 per hour), Fresno ($14 per hour), Detroit ($9.87), Cleveland ($8.80), and Stockton ($14 per hour). In the report Atlanta was reported as the least affordable big city for minimum-wage…


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