Lower-income sentence example

  • Ghetto names are almost always associated with African American culture, particularly those who live in lower-income neighborhoods (or, the "ghetto").
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  • Finally, and interestingly enough, playgrounds in lower-income areas have more maintenance related hazards than playgrounds in higher-income neighborhoods.
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  • This is attributed to the fact that many lower-income areas tend to have significantly more trash, rusty play equipment and damaged surface areas.
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  • Surveys of lower-income families in the United States reveal that about 6 percent of infants are anemic, indicating a possible deficiency of iron in the diet (all anemias are not iron-deficiency related).
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  • One of the reasons is public school programs provide the same quality of services whether children are rich or poor, while private provider quality is lower for children from lower-income families.
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  • The Federal Housing Administration helps lower-income and first-time homebuyers reach their dreams of home ownership.
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  • As a result, Hawaii's first-time and lower-income homebuyers now find doors closed to them that the sub-prime market would have otherwise opened.
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  • For lower-income women, the cost of childcare and other work-related expenses makes it difficult to find suitable employment.
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  • More directly, teens from lower-income families may have more difficulty getting access to medical care and advice as well as purchasing simple contraceptives like condoms.
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