Commuting burden and housing affordability for low-income renters

Jago Dodson, Tiebei Li, Elizabeth Taylor, Xavier Goldie

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Abstract

This study investigated the impacts commuting costs have on accessing employment for low income workers who are renting their home. Policy makers have concerns that housing market pressures may limit where low income workers can afford to live, and may result in low-income workers living in locations remote from employment concentrations, leading to weaker worker-job matching, less efficient labour markets and workers being excluded from employment opportunities.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages65
JournalAHURI Final Report Series
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Publication statusPublished - 2020

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