2020 New Jersey ALICE Report
ALICE is an acronym used to collectively describe households that are Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. These community members live paycheck to paycheck, unable to afford basic necessities or to set aside savings for an emergency. ALICE is employed in roles such as child care workers, cashiers, gas attendants, home health aides and restaurant servers, according to United for ALICE. The latest ALICE in New Jersey: A Financial Hardship Study indicates 1.2 million households were in financial distress prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2020 report, interactive graphics and a compilation of resources about the impact of the pandemic on this population are a resource for learning more about ALICE in New Jersey.
View the Report and Interactive Graphics
Visit the United for ALICE COVID-19 and ALICE web page