No Job, No Health Insurance

A new report shows the link between the loss of your job and the loss of health insurance.  The Employee Benefit Research Institute found the percentage of workers with employment based health insurance is shrinking. The coverage rate dropped from 60.4 percent to 55.8 since the start of recession in December 2007.  And most who lost insurance didn’t self-insure because they couldn’t afford it.

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Barbara Nevins Taylor

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