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In many regions across America, it is increasingly difficult for middle-income workers to afford housing in the areas in which they work. Workforce housing can be defined as assistance to middle-income workers, including professionals such as police officers, firefighters, teachers, health care workers, retail clerks, and restaurant staff. When middle-income professionals live closer to their work, it can have positive impacts on the community, such as increases in local advocacy that support transportation, parks, libraries and public schools.
Learn more about workforce housing and its relationship to affordable housing via the information below.
Workforce housing is only one component of housing affordability. Want to learn more about this important topic?