Friday, December 30, 2011

The cost of making ends meet for Colorado families, our most popular research of 2011, second place

The Self-Sufficiency Standard for Colorado is a signature product for the Colorado Center on Law and Policy. It was the second-most popular research from CCLP during 2011, as measured by visits to our website. Released Oct. 28, the research shows many workers throughout Colorado have earnings that fall far short of what’s needed to meet basic family needs, even if their income is well above what the federal government classifies as poor. The Self-Sufficiency Standard for Colorado 2011 offers a detailed accounting of the cost of living for different family types in each of the state’s 64 counties.

Read the full report on our website.

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