The plight of low-wage workers is real.

The percentage of American full-time minimum-wage workers who can afford to rent a one-bedroom apartment in any U.S. state without being what the government calls “burdened” is so vanishingly small — less than one percent — that it rounds down to zero.

No wonder people are upset.

Source: Only 0.1% of US minimum wage workers can afford a 1-bedroom

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