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$26K Cost of Living in California – Dream Turns Into Nightmare

California‘s High Cost of Living Strains Residents

Affordability Cost of Living Crisis Hits California

According to BENZINGA, in California, many people are finding it hard to afford the high cost of living, even if they have decent jobs. A recent study showed that families earning $130,000 a year end up paying much more just to live in California compared to other places in the country. This makes it tough for families to pay for things like housing and utilities.

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$26K Cost of Living in California – Dream Turns Into Nightmare. (PHOTO: DVNET)

California’s Cost of Living Forces Humanitarian Worker to Leave

Nathan Sheets who assists homeless individuals in Hollywood, faces eviction for the second time in three years due to California’s high cost of living. Despite his desire to aid others he’s compelled to relocate to Indiana for affordability. Rising costs particularly for gas and electricity are prompting many residents to depart California, dimming the allure of the state due to financial strain.

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