The article Redefining Inequality So It Actually Means Something argues that the price of housing and housing policies contribute to inequality by limiting the ability of low-wage earners to move to cities to have access to higher paying jobs. Living in NYC and Washington, DC as a graduate student and working part time I have experienced first hand the struggle to live in cities with high cost of living. However, I am fortunate to be part of a two income household and the possibility of a professional career. For the low-wage earners with limited resources and educational opportunities, that is not the case. Low-wage earners would benefit from reversing the income gap--income disparity cannot be ignored.