Utah's Intergenerational Poverty Report

Annual Report

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The 12th Annual Report on Intergenerational Poverty marks another year of collaborative efforts and partnerships among multiple agencies to provide valuable insights into the challenges faced by individuals and families experiencing intergenerational poverty (IGP). This report offers a comprehensive examination of annual child well-being indicators in the areas of early childhood development, education, family economic stability, and health.

This report focuses on the calendar year 2022 data, which provides useful findings on topics such as public assistance participation rate, annual wage earnings and the effects of the post-pandemic economy on Utahns experiencing IGP.

Various initiatives and programs aimed at improving access to quality education, affordable housing, healthcare and social support systems have been implemented to address the cycle of poverty in Utah.

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