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Nearly One In Five LinkedIn Members Say Health Insurance Affected Job Choice - Forbes

Bruce Y. Lee, a contributor for Forbes, writes about how the types of health insurance available can make a difference in what jobs people take.

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"A recent survey of LinkedIn members found that for nearly one in five respondents (a total of 1,010 members responded), the types and cost of health insurance available were the primary driving factor in taking, leaving, or keeping a job. Again, for 19% of survey respondents, health insurance was the primary factor...not just a major factor."

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