Diagram of Great Destitution in Illinois Arranged for the meeting of the Commission on the Disposal of Neediness 10/28/0.


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Review of Amazing Destitution in Illinois Arranged for the meeting of the Commission on the Disposal of Neediness 10/28/09. Sloppy Waters: Meanings of Neediness. Official Government Destitution Definitions. Compelling or Profound Destitution: living underneath half of the FPL.
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Outline of Extreme Poverty in Illinois Prepared for the Commission\'s meeting on the Elimination of Poverty 10/28/09

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Muddy Waters: Definitions of Poverty

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Official Federal Poverty Definitions Extreme or Deep Poverty: living beneath half of the FPL. Low-Income or Near Poor: living between 100% - 200% of the FPL.

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Income sorts included in measure: Earnings - Unemployment remuneration - Social Security - Supplemental Security Income - Public help - Veterans’ installments - Pension or retirement salary - Child bolster Noncash advantages, (for example, nourishment stamps and lodging sponsorships) don\'t tally.

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Shortcomings of Current Measure 1. No variety by geology 2. The level doesn’t stay aware of expenses of fundamental needs 3. It doesn’t incorporate non-money and assessment based advantages 4. It doesn’t represent spending on assessments, work costs, and human services.:

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The Self-Sufficiency Standard appears what it takes to make a decent living Self-Sufficiency Standard for a solitary guardian with a preschool and school-age youngster in Illinois: - $49,030 every year - $4,087 month to month - $23.22 hourly This is $30,720 higher than the government neediness line for the same family measure.

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What occasions cause neediness? Loss of work: almost 20% of individuals enter destitution when the head of family unit loses an occupation. Decrease in income: a large portion of destitution spells start with the family unit encounters a decrease in profit. No secondary school degree: families headed by somebody without a h.s. degree are 6.4 times more prone to enter neediness than those with a higher education.

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What occasions cause destitution (cont.)? Female-headed family unit: When a two-grown-up family turns into a female-headed family 20.1% entered neediness. Having youngsters: 8.6% of destitution sections happen when a tyke is naturally introduced to a family. Inability: when a head of family unit gets to be crippled, 6.5% of families enter neediness.

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What adds to these occasions? Development in low-wage work: one fourth of the workforce in the United States wins neediness level wages, especially affecting ladies and minorities. Separation: assessments recommend that victimization dark men diminishes the interest for their work by no less than 10 to 13%. Pay decreases for dropouts: secondary school dropouts procure less cash than those with more training and their wages have declined significantly.

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What adds to these occasions? Savagery: having encountered brutality expands job insecurity for a few ladies, and leaving an abuser can render a lady with no pay. Teenager births: 50% of all non-conjugal childbearing begins amid the adolescent years which is connected with lower secondary school graduation and a 20% lessening in the girl’s grown-up salary. Not living up to expectations full time: this is especially common for single folks and individuals with incapacities or folks nurturing youngsters with handicaps.

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What adds to these occasions? Expanded detainment experience: imprisonment diminishes compensation by 10 to 20% and improves probability of unemployment, especially for dark men. High destitution neighborhoods: isolation, separation, the decrease in employments, and the loss of positive good examples compel current open doors and future desires for poor minority inhabitants.

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Drilling Down: Extreme Poverty

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Understanding Extreme Poverty Exemplified by low salaries: group of 3  $9,355 every year group of 4  $11,025 every year Severe monetary hardship results in: - hunger and dietary deficiencies - substandard lodging and vagrancy - weakness and untreated ailments

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Extreme Poverty by the Numbers 667,026 Illinoisans live in amazing destitution. Illinois’ amazing neediness rate ascended from 5.1% in 2000 to 5.4% in 2008. Amid the same time period the great neediness rate held relentless broadly .

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In Illinois… An unbalanced offer of African Americans live in compelling destitution Children, youth, and youthful grown-ups contain 56% of the amazing neediness populace

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Most in great destitution are local conceived Area of Origin: 87.1% of individuals in great destitution are local conceived and 12.9% are remote conceived 8.2% of individuals in amazing neediness live in a phonetically disconnected family

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County Extreme Poverty Rate Less than 2.5% 2.5 to 4.9% 5.0% or higher Geography of Extreme Poverty in Illinois

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82.7% of Illinoisans in compelling destitution live in metropolitan territories

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Young Adults in Extreme Poverty 123,731 youthful grown-ups are in compelling neediness 14.6% have no less than one kid 6,414 have a handicap 57.8% are in school 63.3% worked in past year 17.1% are not in school and are not living up to expectations

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Disability 16.2% of individuals in amazing neediness have no less than one incapacity

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Families 1/3 of those in great neediness are single female-headed family units and their kids. 60,379 individuals in compelling destitution are hitched . An aggregate of 164,485 kids live in amazing neediness

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Seniors 31,056 seniors live in compelling destitution 67.2% of them are ladies 53.1% of them live alone 2,020 head family units with kids Half have a handicap

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Education levels

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Work 178,493 individuals in great destitution wo rked in the previous year 1 in 10 worked in any event a large portion of the year and 11,969 worked full time, year-round

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People in compelling destitution are... A great deal more averse to be hitched Much less inclined to work the whole year Much more averse to work even a large portion of the year Much more averse to have a higher education More liable to have an inability More prone to live in semantically secluded family units More liable to not communicate in English More liable to have an inadequate kitchen or pipes More liable to live in more established lodging Much more inclined to be a minority Much more prone to not have a vehicle … than the individuals who are not to a great degree poor.

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Summary The larger part of those in amazing neediness live in metro regions over the state. 53.7% of individuals in amazing neediness are youngsters, individuals with handicaps and seniors – assembles not anticipated that would work. 1/3 of those in great destitution are single female-headed families and their kids. 1 in 10 working age grown-ups in compelling destitution worked at any rate a large portion of the year .

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Ripple Effects of Extreme Poverty: Struggling to Meet Basic Needs

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Transportation 78,082 families in amazing destitution don\'t have an auto 86.1% of those auto less families live in a metro range

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1 out of each 10 family units in compelling neediness lives in lodging with fragmented pipes and/or an inadequate kitchen 1 of each 10 families in great neediness live in lodging with deficient pipes and/or an inadequate kitchen 24% of all Illinois leaseholders pay over a large portion of their pay in rent Housing

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Nearly 33% (31.4%) of individuals in compelling neediness are uninsured Health Half (49.1%) of working age grown-ups are uninsured

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sustenance 9.5% of Illinois family units are nourishment shaky 25% of family units qualified for Food Stamps are not accepting them Over 900,000 Illinoisans get nourishment from sustenance wash rooms every year

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From 1995-2005 the Safety Net: Protected a littler offer of youngsters from profound destitution than it used to . - In 1995, the wellbeing net lifted 88% of poor kids above half FPL. - By 2005, this rate had declined to 76%. Shielded less jobless specialists from profound destitution than it used to. Among extremely poor unemployed laborers searching for work in any given week: - In 1995, the wellbeing net lifted 70% above half FPL. - By 2005, this rate had declined to 60%.

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Spotlight on TANF and Food Stamps Temporary Assistance to Needy Families - In 1995, AFDC (which went before TANF) lifted 62% of youngsters above half FPL. - By 2005 this declined to only 21% for the TANF program. Nourishment Stamps - In 1995, the Food Stamp Program lifted 61% of kids above half FPL. - By 2005 this figure had dropped to 42%.

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Safety Net Supports in Illinois The quantity of persons getting TANF in Illinois has declined steeply: In June 2000 262,295 individuals got TANF In June 2009 the number had dropped to 67,530 . The normal yearly TANF advantage got per family unit is $2,982 . The normal yearly SSI advantage got per family is $8,319 .

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For more data On Illinois Poverty: www.heartlandalliance.org/povertyreport Poverty reports | Local information | Poverty progress On Self-Sufficiency in Illinois: www.ilselfsufficiency.org Illinois report | County actuality sheets | Online adding machine Amy Rynell arynell@heartlandalliance.org 312-870

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