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Photos show what it's like for Silicon Valley's 'working homeless,' who live down the street from tech giants

In Silicon Valley — home to tech giants like Google, Facebook, and Apple — tree-lined streets are filling with tents, cots, and dilapidated RVs. A photo series by the Associated Press shows what life is like for the area's retail clerks, plumbers, janitors — even teachers — who go to work and sleep where they can. Silicon Valley has the highest median income in the nation.
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