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Family Bottom Line - 1 Adult, 1 Infant, 1 Toddler in Nebraska

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The minimum hourly wage working 40 hours per week, 52 weeks per year a family of 1 adult, 1 infant, and 1 toddler would need per adult in order to maintain self-sufficiency.

Data Source

Center for Women's Welfare, "The Self-Sufficiency Standard for Nebraska" (2010). Updated for inflation by Voices for Children in Nebraska.


Calculations based on 2080 hours worked annually per adult. Figure was updated for inflation from 2010 to the year of interest.

Last Updated

January 2020