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For graduates looking for work, or already in the market with a part-time job, health care insurance may not be part of the deal. But has to be next year.
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A survey says we don't see the doctor or take steps to get healthier, and we have no idea how much money we'll need for decent health care in retirement.
Nearly 60% of the uninsured and low-income households say they “lack enough information to understand" the reform act.
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