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Kelly Chang in San Diego on Thursday. Chang was among the 700 people who lost their jobs in recent layoffs at the ride-hailing company Lyft.
Jeff Griffith, a retired Cal Fire captain, says the personality type of firefighters is to “walk it off then get back to work."
Jodi Cilley rents a two-bedroom, two-story house for $700 a month in Tijuana, low-cost living that gives her a significant financial cushion.
Surrogate Advocate/Educator, and Program Director at SurrogateFirst Ashley Mareko near her fifth wheel camper in Mission Bay in San Diego, Calif on March 12, 2023.
Megan King in Hosp Grove Park in Carlsbad, California.
Raquel Salorio started working at Ralphs 36 years ago. At the time, it seemed like an excellent living for someone without a college degree. “But now everyone has caught up or passed us,” she said.
Darice Browning has considered going to the emergency room to feed her 10-month-old daughter, Octavia.
“San Diego is out of my reach right now,” said Michael Ellis, referring to the city’s real estate prices. He has lived in Tijuana since 2018. “But I think in the future I can buy here.”
Ariana is a Photojournalist with a focus on social and political issues based in San Diego, California. Ariana has covered the Arab Spring, the rise and fall of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, and the frontlines of Syria’s Civil War.
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