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National data were calculated from the 2015 American Community Survey, representing information from 2015.
State data were calculated from the 2011-2015 American Community Survey, representing information from the years 2011 to 2015. For more information about federal poverty thresholds, see the US Census website.
Since 2001, the State of Vermont Joint Fiscal Office (JFO) has estimated the cost of basic needs and the equivalent livable wage, based on methodology first developed in Phase 1 of the VT Job Gap Study and expanded by a 1999 Special Legislative Committee.
As part of Act 59 ö passed during the 2005 VT Legislative Session JFO updates these calculations every odd numbered year on or before January 15: The JFO assumes the employer pays 84% if health insurance premium for single persons and 73% for families premium costs.
Data collected by the JFO sets a standard wage for employers and the state to help businesses set fair and adequate compensation levels.
The livable wage data also provides a guideline for non-profits and public service organizations when conducting community needs assessments.
The care of your child is of paramount importance, something that the government of Vermont is well aware of.