Living paycheck to paycheck in paradise

2 Posted by - March 8, 2016 - publications

Photo: James Rubio

 

Hawaii’s homeless population includes thousands of working people who suffered a financial crisis and lost their place to live. Tens of thousands of others scrape by with jobs that pay little more than minimum wage, but are possibly one or two missing paydays from homelessness themselves. Here are three people in Kona just keeping their heads above water. How do they cope and what are their plans for a better tomorrow?

 

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