Posted November 17, 2018 07:51:28 Chicago, Illinois is one of the few places in the country that has no public shelters.
In 2016, the City of Chicago passed a $15 minimum wage ordinance.
The ordinance went into effect in January 2019.
But with so many homeless people living on the streets and many of them in shelters, the city has a shortage of people to pay their bills.
Now, it turns out that homeless people in Chicago also get paid more than their counterparts in other large cities.
“The city is currently struggling to provide basic necessities to the homeless population.
So it is a challenge to meet the basic needs for people,” said the Chicago Housing Authority’s Michael O’Brien, adding that the city is already facing an oversupply of homeless people.
O’Brien is also the lead investigator of the report called “How Much Is a Living Wage in Chicago?”
It looks at how much people make in a given year for a full-time job, and how much they’re paid based on their income.
The data is based on an estimate of wages and salary for a variety of occupations, including healthcare professionals, janitors, drivers, sales representatives, and food service workers.
According to the report, people who earn minimum wage earn $11,600 a year.
But those who make $15 or more a year earn $16,000 a year, while those who earn $15 and $17 a year make $18,000.
Those who make less than $15 a year and work part-time earn $18.50, while people who make more than $16 a year get paid $19,000, according to the study.
While O’Connor said he does not know how much the wage is, he said it is “very low” considering the amount of work required to earn a living wage.
For a full year, a worker needs to work a full month, work a minimum of 12 hours a day and have an income of $12,500 a year for their family.
That means, on average, an employee needs to earn about $14,000 to make $12.50 an hour.
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