Report: CT households still struggling to make ends meet

By Patricia Daddona October 11, 2016

More than one in four individuals in Connecticut households work while earning less than what is needed to thrive financially, according to the latest United Way ALICE Report.

Two years ago, United Way introduced ALICE, which stands for – Asset Limited Income Constrained Employed – to place a spotlight on a large population of residents in Connecticut, a wealthier state, who are working, but have difficulty affording the basic necessities.

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