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  • Minnesota Short Term Health Insurance Plans are Ideal for Recent Grads

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Graduating from college is one of the most exciting events of your life. Opportunity and possibility await you, and you are anxious to see where your life is headed. Unfortunately these days, opportunity can be hard to come by and your looming possibility is working part time for a year or more while you look for a new job and wonder how you will afford basics like health care. If this sounds like the situation you are facing as a recent college grad in Minnesota, then short term health insurance is the solution for you.

January brings another group of college graduates into Minnesota job market. Sadly, it is a job market that is over-saturated with talented people. Economic woes across the U.S have left many qualified, educated people without jobs. Minnesota is no exception to this, and recent grads now often find themselves struggling against seasoned veterans who are competing for the same jobs as them.

That means your job hunt may take even longer, and life's necessities do not wait for you to find a job. Living with your parents or roommates may help keep you fed and sheltered while you look for ways to boost your income, but you will be too old for your parents' health insurance policy. How can you afford something as expensive as healthcare on a part-time salary?

Short term health insurance is the answer you have been looking for. It offers a cost-effective way to get the essential care you need. It can be purchased for brief periods of time, so when you do land that first job, you will not be locked into paying for 2 plans. And it offers you a variety of great services, including emergency room care and more. Don't let worries about health insurance distract you. Stay focused on your job search while knowing your health is in good hands.

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