affordable care act

In ruling, SCOTUS helped young people save money

For young people who work but whose job doesn’t offer health insurance, for those up to 26 the dependent coverage extends to them as well said Timothy Page, an associate professor in the University’s College of Public Health and Social Work.

Youth unemployment rate barely budges in recent job reports

Generation Opportunity recently released its Millennial Jobs Report for December 2013 which pointed to an effective 15.9 percent non-seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for 18 to 29 year olds, only a slight drop from June 2013’s 16.1 percent rate.

Affordable Care Act expands student health services

The student tuition health fee allows students certain health services at little or no cost, but both insured and uninsured students encounter problems seeking medical help on-campus. However, now that the Affordable Care Act will offer more options for young adults, more students will have access to health insurance.