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The working homeless isn't just a tech bubble problem
The working homeless are an international problem. Here, day laborers in Osaka, Japan. Tomohiro Ohsumi / Bloomberg via Getty Images

In big cities across the U.S., thousands of people trudge off to work in the morning but, lacking enough money for sky-high rent, are living at night in homeless shelters, cars, RVs, side streets and parking lots, often with their entire family.

Quick take: For a couple of months, we have heard about the problem of working homelessness in the tech hubs of Seattle and San Francisco. But there is a similar plight in Dallas, New York, Washington, D.C., and elsewhere.