Overview

WIOA participants who are employed, but are not receiving self-sufficiency wages, may be eligible for WIOA training services. The US Department of Labor’s (DOL) 100 percent Lower Living Standard Income Level (LLSIL) guidelines can be used to set minimum criteria for determining whether WIOA Title I participants receive self-sufficiency wages in their workforce areas.

The DOL 100 percent LLSIL guidelines for determining minimum self-sufficiency wages were issued in the Federal Register and became effective May 29, 2018.

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Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Metropolitan Statistical Area

City of Dallas, Balance of Dallas County, City of Fort Worth, Balance of Tarrant County (Dallas–Fort Worth MSA) and Collin County

Family Size

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

>10

Income

$12,794

$20,966

$28,779

$35,520

$41,923

$49,024

$56,125

$63,226

$70,327

$77,428

Add $7,101 for each person above 10.

 

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Houston

City of Houston

Family Size

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

>10

Income

$13,009

$21,313

$29,252     

$36,107

$42,612

$49,834

$57,056

$64,278

$71,500

$78,722

Add $7,222 for each person above 10.

 

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Texas Non-metro

South Plains workforce development area (workforce area), Middle Rio Grande workforce area and Deep East Texas workforce area

Family Size

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

>10

Income

$13,150

$21,543

$29,567

$36,499

$43,072

$50,372

$57,672

$64,972

$72,272

$79,572

Add $7,300 for each person above 10.

 

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Texas Metro

All Other Areas

Family Size

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

>10

Income

$13,442

$22,026

$30,231

$37,323

$44,050

$51,518

$58,986

$66,454

$73,922

$81,390

Add $7,468 for each person above 10.

 

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