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Its average median household income for 2007-2011 was $38,718 per year, which is $14,044 below the median income of the entire United States ($52,762). 21.6% of Mississippi’s population—more than one fifth—is said to be living in poverty. The use of the internet as a recruitment strategy for minor victims is also a growing concern.” In addition to children and youth in foster care, children and youth who runaway and are homeless are another target for traffickers.

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