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Wage and Rent Comparison by Industry
County Industry HUD 2BR Fair Market Rent # of Workers in 2016 Average Hourly Wage Maximum Affordable Rent (30% of Income)% Income Needed for 2 BR FMR
Washington Accommodation and Food Services $634 534 $6.87 $343 55%
Washington Administrative and Waste Services $634 100 $10.97 $549 35%
Washington Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting $634 126 $20.94 $1047 18%
Washington Construction $634 629 $22.16 $1108 17%
Washington Durable Goods Manufacturing $634 25 $13.01 $651 29%
Washington Education and Health Services $634 1567 $17.13 $856 22%
Washington Finance and Insurance $634 111 $21.95 $1098 17%
Washington Financial Activities $634 130 $20.95 $1047 18%
Washington Goods-Producing $634 1043 $19.43 $972 20%
Washington Health Care and Social Assistance $634 909 $15.54 $777 24%
Washington Leisure and Hospitality $634 634 $8.55 $428 44%
Washington Natural Resources and Mining $634 134 $20.51 $1026 19%
Washington Other Services $634 82 $12.80 $640 30%
Washington Professional and Business Services $634 401 $21.75 $1087 17%
Washington Professional and Technical Services $634 297 $25.39 $1269 15%
Washington Public Administration $634 920 $17.39 $869 22%
Washington Real Estate and Rental and Leasing $634 18 $14.84 $742 26%
Washington Retail Trade $634 685 $11.53 $576 33%
Washington Service-Providing $634 4712 $16.20 $810 23%
Washington Trade, Transportation, and Utilities $634 963 $15.71 $786 24%
Washington Transportation and Warehousing $634 119 $24.67 $1234 15%
Washington Wholesale Trade $634 142 $25.12 $1256 15%
Notes:  Bureau of Labor Statistics provides average annual wages for industry sectors. Annual wages are converted to hourly wages by dividing by 2000 (assumes 40-hour work week, 50 weeks per year).

Statewide FMRs come from the National Low Income Housing Coalition's Out of Reach report and are averages weighted by the number of renters in each county.
Sources:  Florida Agency for Workforce Innovation, 2016 Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages;
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2016 Fair Market Rents ;
National Low Income Housing Coalition, Out of Reach: Florida