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Due to the affordability gap between housing costs and the actual wages, even having a full-time job does not always mean someone can afford a stable place to live. Workforce housing is generally defined by a percentage of the area median income. Residents with full time jobs and a steady income are also often ineligible for supports and programs that help to make housing more affordable.
In addition to closing the affordability gap across the housing market, Pennsylvania needs to ensure that affordable housing is available to workers around the state. These are people who work hard and play by the rules, and they deserve to have a decent place to live.
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