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The Impact of Hours of Work on Employment-Based Health Benefits (PDF)
Employee Benefit Research Institute [EBRI] Link to more items from this source
May 2, 2006
Pages 2-6 of 8 pages. Excerpt: An increasing share of the U.S. labor force is employed part-time: 17.5 percent of workers ages 18-64 were employed part time in 2004, up from 16.3 percent in 2000. The movement of workers from full-time status to part-time status has significant implications for their health benefits: In 2004, 18.6 percent of workers employed part time were covered by employment-based health benefits ... compared with 61.5 percent of full-time workers.

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