Health Insurance For Grads Getting On Their FeetAmey Stone
It takes most college graduates six months to a year to land a job. Meanwhile, health-insurance coverage they had in college or under their parents' plans usually dries up shortly after they graduate. If you're crossing your fingers, counting on your son or daughter not to get injured or ill before gaining employment--and medical insurance--you might want to take decisive action.
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