Average workers struggle to afford housing in many cities

08/20/2013 | Atlantic Cities, The

In cities such as San Francisco, where rent and home prices are particularly high, workers such as bank tellers, child care workers and urban planners can't afford to live in the metro area, according to the Center for Housing Policy. This forces those employees, critical to the economy, to choose between space, commute time and retirement savings, among other potential sacrifices, says Maya Brennan, a senior research associate with the center.

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