Local biz provides a reality check for the American economy that only seems to be getting worse as the pandemic continues . . .
"In Kansas City, the median income is more than one-third below what is needed to easily buy or rent in the area."
Of course, the listicle is mostly click-bait but still offers a few worthwhile highlights that'll seem quaint before we start to cope with the impact of inflation given all of the freebie COVID cash that has recently been printed up.
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The residents of 14 U.S. cities must earn at least $100,000 a year to comfortably rent or own a home in their area, according to an analysis from GoBankingRates.com. The website used housing information from Zillow and price estimates of necessities like transportation and groceries from Sperling's Best Places to determine how much a person needs to earn to live in the country's 50 largest metros.