1933_sejda-DYJ.pdf - WISCONSIN FY18 HOUSING WAGE Hourly wage necessary to afford 2 BR1 FMR2 HOUSING COSTS 2 BR FMR Full-time Annual income jobs at

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Counties Adams County 1,144 $54,700 $410 $1,368 $689 $27,560 14% $16,410 $13.25 $9.50 1.8 1.4 $494 Ashland County 2,063 $53,500 $401 $1,338 $689 $27,560 31% $16,050 $13.25 $10.67 1.8 1.2 $555 Barron County 5,111 $58,600 $440 $1,465 $689 $27,560 27% $17,580 $13.25 $11.24 1.8 1.2 $584 Bayfield County 1,167 $61,400 $461 $1,535 $700 $28,000 17% $18,420 $13.46 $6.61 1.9 2.0 $344 Brown County 35,464 $77,500 $581 $1,938 $786 $31,440 35% $23,250 $15.12 $13.70 2.1 1.1 $713 Buffalo County 1,419 $64,900 $487 $1,623 $710 $28,400 25% $19,470 $13.65 $10.47 1.9 1.3 $544 Burnett County 1,402 $53,500 $401 $1,338 $689 $27,560 19% $16,050 $13.25 $9.35 1.8 1.4 $486 Calumet County 3,558 $77,900 $584 $1,948 $822 $32,880 19% $23,370 $15.81 $8.68 2.2 1.8 $451 Chippewa County 6,873 $72,000 $540 $1,800 $773 $30,920 28% $21,600 $14.87 $11.03 2.1 1.3 $574 Clark County 2,832 $57,100 $428 $1,428 $689 $27,560 22% $17,130 $13.25 $12.12 1.8 1.1 $630 Columbia County 5,840 $75,900 $569 $1,898 $862 $34,480 25% $22,770 $16.58 $10.27 2.3 1.6 $534 Crawford County 1,587 $60,200 $452 $1,505 $689 $27,560 24% $18,060 $13.25 $8.29 1.8 1.6 $431 Dane County 89,014 $91,700 $688 $2,293 $1,091 $43,640 42% $27,510 $20.98 $14.87 2.9 1.4 $773 Dodge County 9,636 $74,700 $560 $1,868 $758 $30,320 29% $22,410 $14.58 $13.27 2.0 1.1 $690 Door County 2,750 $68,300 $512 $1,708 $718 $28,720 21% $20,490 $13.81 $9.46 1.9 1.5 $492 Douglas County 6,011 $71,400 $536 $1,785 $848 $33,920 32% $21,420 $16.31 $11.86 2.2 1.4 $617 Dunn County 5,113 $66,900 $502 $1,673 $697 $27,880 31% $20,070 $13.40 $11.27 1.8 1.2 $586 Eau Claire County 15,179 $72,000 $540 $1,800 $773 $30,920 38% $21,600 $14.87 $11.89 2.1 1.3 $618 Florence County 259 $58,700 $440 $1,468 $709 $28,360 13% $17,610 $13.63 $6.86 1.9 2.0 $357 Fond du Lac County 11,613 $75,600 $567 $1,890 $755 $30,200 28% $22,680 $14.52 $11.92 2.0 1.2 $620 Forest County 951 $55,000 $413 $1,375 $689 $27,560 24% $16,500 $13.25 $8.12 1.8 1.6 $422 Grant County 5,699 $64,700 $485 $1,618 $689 $27,560 29% $19,410 $13.25 $9.68 1.8 1.4 $503 Green County 3,806 $72,600 $545 $1,815 $778 $31,120 26% $21,780 $14.96 $10.20 2.1 1.5 $531 Green Lake County 2,138 $63,300 $475 $1,583 $689 $27,560 27% $18,990 $13.25 $11.26 1.8 1.2 $585 Iowa County 2,367 $73,600 $552 $1,840 $791 $31,640 24% $22,080 $15.21 $11.73 2.1 1.3 $610 95%1050 2 BR FMR 3 FMR 2 FY18 HOUSING WAGE Hourly wage necessary to afford 2 BR 1 2 BR FMR Annual income needed to afford 2 BR FMR Full-time jobs at minimum wage needed to afford HOUSING COSTS AREA MEDIAN INCOME (AMI) RENTERS Annual AMI 4 Monthly rent affordable at AMI 5 30% of AMI Monthly rent affordable at 30% of AMI Renter households (2012-2016) % of total households (2012-2016) Estimated hourly mean renter wage (2018) Monthly rent affordable at mean renter wage Full-time jobs at mean renter wage needed to afford 2 BR FMR 1: BR = Bedroom 2: FMR = Fiscal Year 2018 Fair Market Rent. 3: This calculation uses the higher of the state or federal minimum wage. Local minimum wages are not used. See Appendix B. 4: AMI = Fiscal Year 2018 Area Median Income 5: "Affordable" rents represent the generally accepted standard of spending not more than 30% of gross income on gross housing costs. OUT OF REACH 2018 | NATIONAL LOW INCOME HOUSING COALITION 265
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