A minimum-wage worker must put in a 62-hour workweek to afford to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Pierce County, according to a recent report.
A minimum-wage worker must put in a 62-hour workweek to afford to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Pierce County, according to a recent report. Hemera Technologies Getty Images
A minimum-wage worker must put in a 62-hour workweek to afford to rent a one-bedroom apartment in Pierce County, according to a recent report. Hemera Technologies Getty Images

Matt Driscoll

A 62-hour workweek for a 1-bedroom apartment? Yes, and that’s here, not Seattle.

June 14, 2017 1:55 PM

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