Grand Junction is the tenth worst city in America for single moms. Factors like income, housing prices and access to early education all came into play.

Grand Junction is one of the top 10 worst cities in America for single mothers. This is why. 71.2% of single mothers are in the workforce in Grand Junction, which is low, compared to other areas. The average income for a single mother household in Grand Junction is $16,889.

$16,889 is about less than $9,300 less than the median income for single mothers nationwide, according to 24/7 Wall St. Less than 40% of 3 and 4-year-olds are enrolled in school.

The average price for a two-bedroom apartment in Grand Junction is $842. Even though Grand Junction's housing prices are comparatively low, the number of hours a single mother has to work to afford it is ridiculous. The average single mother would have to work 92 hours a week just to afford a two-bedroom apartment.

A 92-hour workweek makes it one of the longest workweeks of any city nationwide, it's just not realistic. If you thought a 92-hour workweek was bad, wait until you see how many hours a single mother has to work in Santa Cruz-Watsonville, California.

The number one worst city for single mothers is Santa Cruz- Watsonville. The average price for a two-bedroom apartment is $2,439.

A single mother would have to work 181.5 hours a week to afford this. This isn't even possible, considering that's more hours than there are in a week. See all of the top ten worst cities for single mothers here.