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Young adults are more likely to be uninsured

USA Today is running a series on the financial challenges facing young people, and the last installment spotlights the problem of lack of health insurance. Nationwide, 27% of people in their 20s go without coverage, compared to 16% for the population as a whole. Of course, one of the reasons this might be the case is that many young people work in jobs that don't offer traditional benefits.

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For more on the financial crunch facing young adults, see Anya Kamenetz's blog. (She's the author of Generation Debt.)

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