It's Never Too Early To Begin Thinking About Health Insurance
(NAPS)- College students and graduates often have a list of
things to ponder -- resumes, job searches, and relocation possibilities.
Health insurance should be a part of their list of –things to
do,” particularly if Mom and Dad's plan expires soon.
According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers,
about half of last yearęs graduates werenęt employed at the time
of their graduation, when most insurance companies remove young
people from their plans.
Help is available online. Through eHealthInsurance.com ,
college students, graduates or other individuals in transition
between jobs or health plans can easily apply for and receive
health coverage within days.
Twenty-one year-old Jennifer Grant is a senior finance major
at Jacksonville University in Florida. She became frustrated at
the health insurance options available, until she went online.
Through eHealthInsurance, Jennifer found a plan with Golden
Rule that cost her $85.00 a month, saving her $165.00 from her
husbandęs employer-sponsored plan. Jennifer was using a student
insurance program for $34.00 a month, but she felt its offerings
didnęt cover what she needed.
Jennifer and tens-of-thousands of others across the U.S. have
found the information and resources they need through eHealthInsurance.
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