Report: Essential workers continue to struggle to make ends meet

THE ECONOMIC Progress Institute released a report Thursday that highlighted how many local essential workers continue to struggle financially. / AP FILE PHOTO/DAVID GOLDMAN
PROVIDENCE – Many of Rhode Island's families were already living from one paycheck to the next prior to the pandemic taking over the economy nine months ago. However, a new report says Black and Latinx Rhode Islanders are even less likely to make ends meet. In a no-frills budget that includes the cost of housing,…

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