A minimum wage employee working 24/7 wouldn’t be able to pay the rent here

For San Francisco’s minimum wage workers, affording the city’s sky-high rental prices is a pipe dream.

A person making minimum wage in San Francisco, $14 an hour, would need to clock a whooping 218 hours per week to afford a 2-bedroom apartment at HUD’s fair market rent, according to a new National Low Income Housing Coalition report. That’s more hours than physically possible, even when the minimum wage rises 7 percent to $15 an hour.

Nationwide, prospects remain grim for those at the…