​Housing affordability, especially among US workers earning minimum wage, continues to be a crisis, according to a report from the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC).

The report states that nowhere in the country can those earning minimum wage afford a "modest two-bedroom rental home at fair market rent by working a standard 40-hour work week."

This will not help to "solve the housing affordability crisis," the report states.

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