Short Term Health Insurance Blog
Monday, April 24, 2017
Unemployment Data Reminds Us of the Need for Short Term Health InsuranceFiled Under: Blogging
July's unemployment statistics in the United States paint an unpleasant picture. While the country added 57,000 more jobs, that was only enough to keep the national rate at 9.2%. While it is good that the number did not increase any further, it is clear that this figure is too high a number for anyone's liking. And as you probably know, this has been the scenario in the U.S. for quite some time now.
With unemployment comes many different concerns. How will you pay for your home and utilities? What about groceries and clothing? And if you have a family, these concerns are even greater. But perhaps the biggest concern of all is medical coverage. No one wants to have to make a choice between getting the medical treatment they need or foregoing it because it is too expensive.
Thankfully, there are alternatives that may save you from needing to make such a difficult decision. That solution is short term health insurance. This type of coverage makes getting high quality medical treatment more affordable for people who do not have jobs or who have recently changed jobs and who do not have insurance. With this type of policy, you and your family can experience greater peace of mind during your quest to find a new job.