Here's How Much You Have To Earn To Afford Rent In Every State.
California has spectacular Malibu beaches, beautiful tanned blondes, and Hollywood glamour on every corner.
There’s nothing we can say that hasn’t been said already in countless songs and movies. California is the “hip” state and all its charm and glory will cost you a dear penny: $28.29 per hour to be exact is what you need if you want to move to the golden coast.
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Everyone knows why you’re considering moving to Colorado. You want to be high and we’re not just talking about rock climbing!
Colorado has legalized marijuana consumption for adults and this has seen an influx of people moving to the aptly named “Highest State." You need to earn $21.12 per hour to live here and then some more to afford all that cannabis.
Earning $24.72 per hour is all you need to pay rent here and be a proud Connecticuter.
When they’re asked if they would rather live in NY since they’re so close, the answer is always “no,” so there must be something to the state.
Every proud American would be thrilled to live in its nation’s capital, the District of Columbia.
The cost of living there isn’t as cheap as in other states, however. You’ll need wages of $31.21 per hour just to have a roof over your head, making it one of the more expensive states.
Delaware was nicknamed the “Diamond State” by Thomas Jefferson because of its “small size but great value.”
And if you’re a history buff or just want to enjoy their breweries you too can live in the first state of the Union if you can get a job that pays at least $21.70
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