Report: Health insurance costs rising faster than pay
Indianapolis Star, September 24, 2008
A new report has found that health insurance premiums are increasing faster than employees' wages in Indianapolis, and insurance companies are offering less coverage. Premiums have increase by 83.4% from 2000 to 2007—during that time, workers' salaries have increased by just 11.4%.
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