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The San Francisco housing market is so absurd that teachers are living in dorms - even though their salaries are some of the highest in the country

At current salary levels, teachers in many cities across the US can't afford to live near the schools where they teach. In San Francisco, less than 1% of homes on the market are affordable to the city's schoolteachers, according to a new study from real-estate website Trulia.