Comment 50931

By Meredith (registered) - website | Posted October 30, 2010 at 15:07:00

And on the flipside, having a low income doesn't necessarily equate to being disadvantaged. Many people with a good education (or in the process of getting that education) have a low income, and if you have certain circumstances in place or certain circumstances (e.g. grandparents providing childcare, a low rent or mortgage payment on an energy-efficient hosue, skills to make your own food and not rely on convenience foods, proximity to work and school that cuts transportation cost) a low income alone may not be an indicator of a poor quality of life.

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