Paris, France – A new report has revealed that a staggering number of Parisians will end up homeless when the world ends on Sunday, with many of them facing extreme financial hardships.
The report, released today by the French government, says that the city has the world’s highest rate of homelessness.
In a country where many of its residents are young, single and employed, the report says that a large number of the country’s residents are living in overcrowded and unhygienic conditions.
The city is home to some of the worlds largest public housing estates and is often considered to be a ‘second city’ in the country.
But it is estimated that nearly 10 per cent of Paris’ population are currently homeless.
The report found that one in four Parisian adults is on a pension, and another 20 per cent are on benefits.
At least one in five people in the French capital live in overcrowding conditions, the study said, and that many of these people are being forced to live on the streets for extended periods of time.
Despite the challenges they face, many of the people living in the city have been given a choice of what to do with their money, and some of those choices are taking a toll.
“A large majority of those surveyed do not have any money for a place to live,” the report said.
It also said that some of Paris’s wealthiest people have chosen to sell their properties to pay for rent and food.
A recent survey found that the average income of Paris residents is about €80,000, which is below the EU average of €120,000.
According to the report, about one in six Parisian families are currently living below the poverty line.
Paris, France, is a city of around 2.2 million people, and a city with a population of around 5.5 million.
Its population was estimated to have increased by about 200,000 since 2013, according to a report by the Paris-based Centre for International and Social Research.
Although the study has focused on the homeless, it has also looked at the number of those living in ‘social exclusion’, defined as people who live in low-income housing and living conditions.
Social exclusion is defined as households that are ‘living in low social status’, and is an indicator of poverty and deprivation.
While Paris is often thought of as a city that is welcoming to newcomers, the vast majority of Paris citizens are not.
Nearly two thirds of Parisis are living below poverty levels, according the report.
In some areas, such as in the south-eastern city of Montpellier, more than 40 per cent live below the official poverty line, while in the northern Paris suburb of Le Havre, more per cent do not.
Other countries where people live in poverty include Britain, Australia, Italy, France and Sweden.
France has also ranked as one of the top 20 countries in the world for extreme poverty.
But Paris has one of Europes most vibrant and diverse cities.
Almost one in three Parisians are currently employed, and more than a quarter are part-time workers, according Paris’s employment statistics.
And many Parisians also have access to affordable housing.
Many of Parisian residents live in the most expensive neighbourhoods, where rents and rents are the highest.
One of the city’s most expensive districts is the Place de la Concorde, where some of its most expensive apartments and condos are located.
The city also has one the world´s highest rates of unhygenic public housing.
The Paris region has around 6.6 million inhabitants, with around 8,500 of them in Paris alone.
As well as the high cost of living, many Paris residents face a high risk of physical and mental illness, which makes it one of France´s most expensive cities to live in.