Larger SNAP-Ed households likely qualify for SNAP benefits
For some SNAP-Ed workers, wages are so low that they qualify for SNAP benefits. For example, a SNAP-Ed worker in Illinois earning $15.67 per hour qualifies for SNAP if they are a single parent with three kids.
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Chart:Dana CroninSource:Benefits.gov, Harvest Public Media researchGet the data