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# n the first half of 2000, among occupational groups, managers and administrators were most likely to be insured (73.3 percent). Farm laborers were least likely to have insurance through their own workplace (28.4 percent).
# Higher hourly earnings were associated with a greater likelihood of workers having health insurance coverage through their primary place of employment. While only one-third of workers making less than minimum wage ($5.15 per hour) had insurance coverage from their primary employer in the first half of 2000, 83.2 percent of workers making more than $21 per hour had insurance.
# Employees who belonged to a labor union were much more likely to be covered by health insurance through their main job than nonunion workers (88 percent of union workers vs. 57.6 percent of nonunion workers).
# Government employees had higher rates of health insurance coverage through their own workplace in 2000 than employees in private industry.
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The specific provisions of health insurance plans vary widely, offering different levels of protection from the financial risks associated with health problems and varying degrees of choice in the selection of physicians. For example, plans differ in the level of deductibles and copayments that they require of participants. The types of medical procedures and services that are covered also vary across plans. As a result, when analyzing health benefits, it is important to look beyond whether or not an individual has any health insurance coverage and consider the degree of protection which the plan provides in the event of serious illness. A major focus of this research is an analysis of the characteristics of different health plans.
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# n the first half of 2000, among occupational groups, managers and administrators were most likely to be insured (73.3 percent). Farm laborers were least likely to have insurance through their own workplace (28.4 percent).
# Higher hourly earnings were associated with a greater likelihood of workers having health insurance coverage through their primary place of employment. While only one-third of workers making less than minimum wage ($5.15 per hour) had insurance coverage from their primary employer in the first half of 2000, 83.2 percent of workers making more than $21 per hour had insurance.
# Employees who belonged to a labor union were much more likely to be covered by health insurance through their main job than nonunion workers (88 percent of union workers vs. 57.6 percent of nonunion workers).
# Government employees had higher rates of health insurance coverage through their own workplace in 2000 than employees in private industry.
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