Food >> Food Insecurity/Hardship >> Trends: by age, education, employment, income, race/ethnicity, region
Food hardship in King County dipped to 8% in 2007, but by 2013 had rebounded to 13%. Between 2010 and 2013, food hardship increased significantly for the following groups:
- Residents who attended college but did not complete a degree.
- Residents who were unemployed.
- Households with income less than $35,000.
- White non-Hispanics.
- Households in Seattle.
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