The 2008 Report on Illinois Neediness.


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Making a Condition of Chance. The 2008 Report on Illinois Neediness. An activity of. Illinois Neediness Summit Statutes. Individuals who work 40 hours per week ought not live in destitution All individuals who can work ought to be given the instruments to progress in the direction of their fullest potential
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Making a State of Opportunity The 2008 Report on Illinois Poverty An activity of

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Illinois Poverty Summit Precepts People who work full time ought not live in neediness All individuals who can work ought to be given the devices to progress in the direction of their fullest potential A wellbeing net ought to be accommodated the individuals who can\'t work Eliminating destitution is an interest in Illinois’ future

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Defining Poverty Income Poverty: 2008 Federal Poverty Guidelines (FPL) Extreme or Deep Poverty: living underneath half FPL Low-Income or Near Poor: living somewhere around 100% and 200% FPL – battle to address essential issues because of increasing expenses Asset Poverty: without adequate total assets to subsist at the destitution level for 3 months - so that an emergency pushes individuals into destitution or vagrancy

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Poverty Touches Us All Nearly 40% of 25 year old Americans will encounter neediness in their lifetimes. A large portion of Americans report specifically knowing somebody that is working two or more occupations and still battles to bring home the bacon. Destitution exists in each district in Illinois and in each edge of the Chicago locale.

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State of Poverty in Illinois and the Chicago Region

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Over 1.5 million Illinoisans live in neediness, and an extra 2 million are at danger of falling into destitution. 685,970 or 5.5% of Illinoisans live in great destitution , underneath half of the government neediness limit. 853,063 or 6.8% of Illinoisans are living somewhere around half and 100% of the government destitution limit. 1,016,551 or 8.1% of Illinoisans are living somewhere around 150% and 200% of the government destitution edge. 988,100 or 7.9% of Illinoisans are living somewhere around 100% and 150% of the government destitution edge.

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Poverty in the Chicago Region An aggregate of 977,320 individuals in the Chicago range are living in destitution. More than 400,000 are in suburbia Over 570,000 in Chicago Another 1.2 million individuals in the district are at danger of getting to be poor.

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Suburban areas now represent 41.5% of the region’s poor populace, up from 23.9% in 1980. Neediness Growth By County, 1980 to 2006 (Number of People Who Are Poor)

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McHenry Lake 38.1% 5.7% Kane 36.1% DuPage Cook 63.3% 12.5% Will - 9.4% Percent Poverty Rate Growth in the Chicago Region, 1980-2006

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Poverty development in suburbia is far surpassing populace development. Since 1980 destitution in the neckline areas expanded at almost twofold the rate of populace development . More than 180,000 individuals in DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry, and Will districts are in destitution. In DuPage County destitution development has far outpaced populace development since 1980 : Population has expanded 42% Poverty populace has expanded 125%

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Poverty in DuPage County An aggregate of 44,294 individuals in DuPage County live in neediness. That adds up to 1 in each 20 individuals in DuPage. DuPage has encountered the best increment in neediness rates of any district in the area . The destitution rate expanded by 63.3%. About 1 in each 5 families in DuPage County has a yearly pay beneath $35,000

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What Factors are Contributing to this Poverty Growth?

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progressively hard to discover without instruction past secondary school, let alone without a secondary school confirmation. Today important openings for work that pay family maintaining wages are

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Significant changes in the state’s economy in the course of recent years have changed the nature of openings for work accessible in Illinois. 33% of all occupations in Northeastern Illinois, which incorporates the Chicago area and additionally Grundy, Kendall, and Kankakee Counties, are low-wage administration employments.

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Median yearly income fell in each Chicago zone province from 2000 to 2006. The middle family pay in DuPage County is $73,677. This pay declined by $8,470 since 2000 , the biggest decrease in the district. The middle yearly income in DuPage County in 2006 was $37,006. These yearly income declined by $4,179 since 2000 , the second biggest decrease in the locale.

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Prices for Essential Goods and Services Have Risen Substantially Percent Change in Cost of Goods & Services in Chicago Region, 2000 - 06

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The crevice between stagnant wages and rising costs is extending families dainty. Families are having a great deal more trouble meeting their fundamental needs 42.3% of DuPage leaseholder family units are paying more than 30% of their salary for rent, up from 33.2% in 2000 18.6% are paying over a large portion of their pay in rent It takes $50,687 in DuPage County for a group of 3 to bring home the bacon and act naturally adequate

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Debt, savage giving, and dispossessions are depleting investment funds and disintegrating the abundance of low-pay families in Illinois.

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Spotlight on Challenges to Women’s Economic Well-Being

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Illinois ladies will probably be poor than men amid their working and youngster raising years and in addition amid retirement or maturity, and minority ladies are especially affected.

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Low income and low-paying occupations are key determinants of women’s destitution. Among ladies who work full time, year round: The middle yearly wage for Illinois ladies is $35,192, which is $11,518 not exactly Illinois men. Ladies make not as much as men in each and every industry in Illinois and also in each and every class of paid laborers and each occupation bunch. On the off chance that ladies were paid the same as tantamount men, regardless of the possibility that just for the hours ladies as of now work, destitution rates would fall considerably for both single parents and wedded ladies .

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Women are substantially more prone to be in a parental figure part than men, affecting their budgetary wellbeing. 84% of parental figures make acclimations to their work routines 33% abatement hours 22% take a time away 20% switch from full to low maintenance 16% quit their employment 13% resign early Caregivers can bring about critical misfortunes in profession improvement, compensation, and retirement pay, and can acquire generous out-of-pocket costs as a consequence of their consideration giving commitments. Almost 2/3 of parental figures report that care giving had an immediate negative effect on their income .

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Looking toward the future, ladies face having less resources for fall back on and low retirement salary. 26.7% of female-headed Illinois families are resource poor contrasted with 14.8% of male-headed families. Illinois families headed by ladies have a middle total assets of $50,200 contrasted with men’s $92,200. Having spent less years in the workforce and having gotten lower wages results in less retirement investment funds and government managed savings for ladies, making more seasoned ladies especially defenseless against destitution.

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Other Areas of the 2008 Report on Illinois Poverty to Consider: Opportunities for change all through Discussion of national and state endeavors to lessen destitution County-level information in the supplement Congressional region information in the addendum

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For More Information: Contact: Amy Rynell 773-336-6074 arynell@heartlandalliance.org And visit our site : http://www.heartlandalliance.org/maip .:tsli

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