Amid #Nashville’s #economic wins, a new report says the city’s median income gains lag peer cities, health insurance coverage has dropped and the percentage of residents living below the #poverty line is rising.


How awful is this?

Housing shouldn’t cost that much and everyone should have health insurance… Come on, the luxury rich is making it almost nearly impossible for the people who aren’t so rich like them to survive in this new luxury world.

Last, how dare those of you who judge or make fun of other people who aren’t rich like yourself.

You don’t know someone else’s story, you don’t know why they have a lower income, you don’t know what medical crisis they’re probably dealing with. You just don’t know!

You too could easily be faced with the same problem one day. Like, you might lose so much money and end up being called a middle class. 😱


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There’s not a single state, county or metropolitan area in the entire US where a full-time worker earning the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour can afford a modest 2-bedroom apartment #NewsTopic









It’s really sad there’s not many decent affordable places to live at. And it’s not just rent that’s very expensive ~ health care and dental care are expensive too. Smh!




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