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Study Shows Rising Health Care Premiums Lead to Lower Wages and More Part-Time Employment
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June 7, 2006

Excerpt: In an important new study forthcoming in the July issue of the Journal of Labor Economics, Katherine Baicker (University of California, Los Angeles) and Amitabh Chandra (Harvard University) demonstrate that the rise in health insurance premiums may increase the ranks of the uninsured and the unemployed by as many as 7 million workers.

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