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Study: NJ 6th most expensive rental state (access required)

A report released by the National Low Income Housing Coalition and the Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey finds that in order to afford a modest, two-bedroom home at fair market rent in the Garden State, full-time workers need to earn the "housing wage" of $31.96 per hour, or $26.29 for a one-bedroom.

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