This is how much money you need to make per hour to afford rent in California

A new report reveals the disparity between minimum wage and the cost of an average two-bedroom rental in different U.S. cities. The average Californian needs to earn an hourly wage of $39.01 and work full-time to afford a two-bedroom. But that isn't the most expensive in the state.

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Endangered NFTs
Endangered NFTs
38 · 7 days ago · Twitter

The rent is outrageous. Averages above $3,000 a month for a place that is barely 900 square feet.

Monique
Monique
34 · 7 days ago · Twitter

Minimum wage jobs shouldn't be someone's "living wage." I think of them as "starting out" points but not "this is my dream."

Dream bigger.

Toon
Toon
4 · 7 days ago · Twitter

I pay 2400 for a 1 bed room but I’m guessing the price is like that cause I’m in north Hollywood 🤷🏾‍♂️ moved here from Baltimore