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Report: Top Ohio jobs don't pay enough to cover rent

Report: Top Ohio jobs don't pay enough to cover rent


Ohio's “housing wage” — the hourly wage a renter needs to earn to pay for a basic, two-bedroom unit — increased again this year to $15.25.

Of the 10 most common jobs in Ohio, just two pay enough for a worker to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment.That's according to a report released

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