not enough to live

In fact, the average minimum wage worker in the U.S. would need to work almost 97 hours per week to afford a fair market rate two-bedroom and 79 hours per week to afford a one-bedroom, NLIHC calculates. That’s well over two full-time jobs just to be able to afford a two-bedroom rental.

Minimum wage workers cannot afford rent in any U.S. state

But please, tell me more about how unemployment assistance is “too high.”