Texas

SALARIES INCREASE, BUT MORE TEXANS STILL LIVING IN POVERTY THAN BEFORE THE RECESSION

 

The typical Texas household income increased by $2,555 last year according to new data from the Census Bureau. The data also show that fewer Texans are living in poverty, although overall incomes and poverty levels need improvement to ensure long-term economic growth for all Texans. MORE>>


In Texas, Safety Net Lifts Roughly 3.7 Million People Above Poverty Line and Provides Health Coverage to 44 Percent of Children. More about Texas from CBPP>>


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