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March 22, 2016 5:51 PM

Self-sufficiency out of reach for many working families in SC

New United Way report highlights difficulty of closing gap between wages and expenses for families without assistance

Cost of self-sufficiency is higher in Columbia than in most comparably sized Southern cities

To reduce barriers to self-sufficiency, report suggests lowering costs of living and raise earning potential

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