Title

Poor people in Maine do not fit national stereotypes. The fastest growing group

Source

Salt

Date

12-1988

Volume Number

Number 34

Pages

8

Abstract

Poor people in Maine do not fit national stereotypes. The fastest growing group are working adults. Two-thirds of poor Maine families have two parents. Seasonal industries, underemployment (part-time work), and the collapse of one-employer towns are major factors in Maine poverty. Related stories this issue.

Subjects

Poor, Poverty

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