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2005-2008 Homelessness Rates

Homelessness has become a major problem in the United States today. It represents the culmination of several of the flaws in society. Homelessness is caused by a variety of things, but is most commonly attributed to poverty, housing opportunities, personal factors that may include medical issues, natural disasters, and unexpected emergencies. Although the national homelessness rates have actually decreased over the past four years, many urban areas have seen an increase in the homeless population. New York City recently started buying one-way plane tickets for homeless people to return to their relatives. This solves both the problem of space and of an increasing population, but is seen to be a temporary fix rather than a long term solution.

Nationwide 2005-2008 Homelessness Rates [2102] Detroit 2005-2008 Homelessness Rates [2099]
Los Angeles 2005-2008 Homelessness Rates [2101] New York City 2005-2008 Homelessness Rates [2100]

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