Data from the organization, which advocates for affordable housing, named Florida as the 15th most expensive state in the country.
According to the study, the hourly wage necessary to afford a two-bedroom home in Tampa Bay is $21.79.
That’s a $45,300 annual salary or 108 hours per week at a minimum wage job, which, in Florida, pays $8.46.
The current median income of people living in the Tampa Bay area is $68,900, which allows people who make that median salary to pay $1,673 in monthly housing costs.
In comparison, the most expensive metropolitan area was San Francisco, where residents need to make $60.96 per hour to afford a two-bedroom place.
The report comes as popular attorney John Morgan continues to collect signatures for a petition to get a minimum wage increase on the 2020 ballot in Florida.
Morgan played a key role in legalizing medical marijuana.