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Why Does The Number of Uninsured Americans Continue To Grow?

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Document date: July 01, 2000
Released online: July 01, 2000
(Health Affairs) Declining employer-sponsored coverage from the 1970s to the mid-1990s has been attributed to a variety of factors: the shift from manufacturing to service-sector jobs, increased temporary and part-time employment, decreasing unionization, a decline in real wages, and growth in health care costs.


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