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Even though there are some that are homeless due to their own lack or willingness to work to become self-sufficient There are many living below poverty in the US today not because the lack of education nor what many Americans like to say the poor cause their own poverty the poor are willing and able to work hard if given the chance We have many Americans who are disable educated have served our country and have skill with the willingness to work and they too live below povertyThere are many living below poverty in the US today and its not because the lack of education or what Americans like to say the poor causes their own poverty the poor when and if given the chance are willing and able to work hard According to Poverty USA we can end it The number of people living in poverty in 2012 which was 465 million was the largest number seen in the 54 years for which poverty estimates have been published We have people that do work and cannot afford both shelter and food with median wage being 725 it is hard to afford just basic necessities despite other expense like child care health care insurance According to the National Low Income Housing coalition they say families across the country would need a house wage of 1537 an hour This shows where we are and where we need to be if any type of poverty will change Show how people the poor that are willing to work are working but are still not able to live above poverty People that have disabilities are living below poverty Is it fair to those who arent able or who are mentally incapable to work to live below poverty Some individuals who are disable receive income from the government to help them survive but sometime the income is not sufficient enough How can the disable afford
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