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The study published earlier this month by real-estate research firm Zillow examined how much a person would have to earn to afford rent in more than 15,000 cities around the country without spending more than 30 percent of their annual income.
"There's a common rule of thumb that says annual housing costs should not exceed 30 percent of one's annual income," wrote the report's author, Cory Hopkins.
Unfortunately for single renters making the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour, it's virtually impossible to find a property in the U.
Martin Skrtel powered home a header deep into stoppage time to earn 10-man Liverpool a 2-2 draw against Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday.
Despite being mostly outplayed, Arsenal recovered from conceding a 45th-minute goal to Philippe Coutinho by scoring in first-half injury time through Mathieu Debuchy before Olivier Giroud swept home from close range in the 64th.
 the Reds relied on a center back to get the team out of trouble — in a lengthy period of injury time allotted after Skrtel himself was trodden on by Giroud early in the second half, requiring a long stoppage to bandage his bleeding head.
An eastern Pennsylvania coroner says autopsies are scheduled Monday on the four teenagers killed in a fiery head-on collision over the weekend.
Carbon County Coroner Bruce Nalesnik told The (Easton) Express-Times (http://bit.ly/16GbtfQ ) on Sunday that authorities are still awaiting "positive identification" on three of the four victims.
" the resort picks them up at the airport, them and their spouse, takes them to the hotel, puts them in a nice room overlooking the lake," Rasmussen said.
Valorie Crooks, a health geographer at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, said Canadians are often heading across the border to avoid the wait lists of their national healthcare system.
"The practice of Canadians going to the United States for these sort of out-of-pocket payment health care arrangements raise some of the similar types of questions as Canadians going to any other country in the world, including sort of lesser developed nations," Crooks said.
She said since patients are doing this outside their normal health care system, they have to pay — and do all their own research.
 Crooks said even when the procedure goes as planned, the patient's recovery becomes the responsibility of the Canadian health care system.
Jeffries had had knee problems for over a decade, but wouldn't receive approval from his doctor in Canada for knee replacement until he was 55.
 with a few years to go and the pain medications no longer working, Jeffries and his wife consulted with a orthopedic surgeon in north Idaho.