Graduates get creative to find health coverage
Most group health plans cover employees’ children until the age of 19, or often up to 23 if they are full-time students. As a result, young adults are the fastest-growing group of the uninsured as recent graduates get dropped from their parents' health insurance. But with the economy weakening, and entry-level jobs that offer health coverage harder to find, some recent graduates are coming up with creative ways to get health coverage.
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