There are many ways to stay locked into poverty. The repeated, depleting experience of temporary employment is one factor which leads to a cycle of staying in poverty. Working for no-wages,such as trainees do on workfare benefits is another path to poverty, as workfare does not pay for the transportation to the job, for uniforms and tools. In the meantime, while one is working as a trainee or in an unpaid internship, the rent must still be paid and the electrical bill. The money to pay for ongoing expenses is often borrowed from friends, family, and through expensive loans. As borrowing exceeds money coming-in, debt increases. There is no money for new shoes for the children or any frills. Often there is no money for heat.