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About half of South Florida’s residents have less than $6,000 in savings — the amount you need to live at poverty level for three months if you lose your job.
Nearly 60 percent of Miami-Dade County households — and 67 percent of Miami households — do not have enough savings to live at the poverty level for three months if they lose a job
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Nearly half of Chicago families (49 percent) do not have enough savings to live above the poverty level for just three months if they lose a job, face a medical crisis or
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Nearly half (45%) of households in major American cities (with populations over 200,000) are living in a state of persistent financial vulnerability
Eyewitness News followed Patsy Woodcock as she shopped in Crisis Assistance Ministry's Free Store. It's her first time ever needing to rely on an agency for help.
Unemployment in the Charlotte region, while still high, is on the mend. And there are other indicators that the N.C. economy is inching toward recovery.