Does it come as a surprise that 45 percent of millennials would rather clean out their email than research their health benefits? Or that half of young adults in a recent study couldn’t define “deductible,” and most thought an affordable plan cost less than $100 a month?
Though highly educated, millennials don’t seem to understand health insurance. But why?
A new white paper by the Lockton Benefit Group Communications Practice explores the disconnect between millennials and health insurance and provides tangible advice for connecting with our nation’s largest generation.
Read the full white paper.
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