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How much do you need to earn for living in different states of America: rating

For single people living in the United States, getting enough money to make ends meet looks different for every person. But location can play an important role as the cost of housing, food, insurance, and other necessities varies from place to place. The edition told in more detail CNBC.

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The MIT Living Wage Calculator estimates the minimum income needed for a single person to cover their living expenses and stay above the unaided poverty line throughout the United States.

The calculator takes into account a number of factors, including the cost of food, medical care, housing, transportation, and other basic necessities such as personal care products, clothing, and household items. It also takes into account the minimum wage in each state and looks at annual changes in the structure of consumer spending.

The last update of the calculator included several changes to its methodology. The calculator now takes into account cell phone and Wi-Fi costs, as well as spending on community activities such as pets, clubs, excursions, movies or museums.

Overall, the cost of living for Americans is rising. They spend more on the food they buy and the way they move.

Florida

  • Total Pre-Tax Income Required: $ 30
  • Median housing costs: $ 10
  • Estimated Meal Cost: $ 3

Illinois

  • Total Pre-Tax Income Required: $ 31
  • Median housing costs: $ 9
  • Estimated Meal Cost: $ 3

New Jersey

  • Total Pre-Tax Income Required: $ 33
  • Median housing costs: $ 12
  • Estimated Meal Cost: $ 3

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Top 5 most expensive states

Hawaii

  • Total Pre-Tax Income Required: $ 40
  • Median housing costs: $ 16
  • Estimated Meal Cost: $ 3

California

  • Total Pre-Tax Income Required: $ 38
  • Median housing costs: $ 15
  • Estimated Meal Cost: $ 3

New York

  • Total Pre-Tax Income Required: $ 38
  • Median housing costs: $ 15
  • Estimated Meal Cost: $ 3

Massachusetts

  • Total Pre-Tax Income Required: $ 36
  • Median housing costs: $ 15
  • Estimated Meal Cost: $ 3

Maryland

  • Total Pre-Tax Income Required: $ 35
  • Median housing costs: $ 13
  • Estimated Meal Cost: $ 3

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Top 5 cheapest states

Tennessee

  • Total pre-tax income required: $ 27
  • Median housing costs: $ 7
  • Estimated Meal Cost: $ 3

Wyoming

  • Total Pre-Tax Income Required: $ 27
  • Median housing costs: $ 7
  • Estimated Meal Cost: $ 3

Ohio

  • Total Pre-Tax Income Required: $ 27
  • Median housing costs: $ 6
  • Estimated Meal Cost: $ 3

North Dakota

  • Total pre-tax income required: $ 27
  • Median housing costs: $ 7
  • Estimated Meal Cost: $ 3

South Dakota

  • Total Pre-Tax Income Required: $ 26
  • Median housing costs: $ 6
  • Estimated Meal Cost: $ 3

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