In Kansas City, it takes $11.05 to get by on a “living wage” and afford basic necessities, according to calculations by Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
In Kansas City, it takes $11.05 to get by on a “living wage” and afford basic necessities, according to calculations by Massachusetts Institute of Technology. File
In Kansas City, it takes $11.05 to get by on a “living wage” and afford basic necessities, according to calculations by Massachusetts Institute of Technology. File

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