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Blog: USA: Getting Health Insurance and Alternatives if You Don't Have It

The primary sources of health insurance in the United States are:   Employer   Many employers in the U.S. offer health insurance to their employees. Most employers pay a percentage of employee premiums (usually between 15% - 80%) and negotiate better premium rates by buying in bulk. About half of Americans get health insurance through their employers. It's usually the most affordable option. Affordable Care Act (ACA) / Obamacar...
  March 6, 2021 Helpful: 0 Unhelpful: 0 User: mod-chronic Keywords: Health Insurance, Healthcare, USA

Resource: FlexJobs

FlexJobs specializes in both remote (100%/partial) and flexible on-site jobs. Flexible jobs is their game. They list full-time, part-time, employee and freelance jobs. There are a lot of work at home scams out there; they do a good job of weeding these out. They also have reputable companies submit ...
  December 10, 2019 Helpful: 0 Unhelpful: 0 Rating: 4/5 User: rilian Keywords: Work, Work from home, Disabilities, Special Needs

Resource: Microsoft Inclusive Hiring Programs

Microsoft hires people with disabilities into full time roles across the company. This includes an Autism Hiring Program that recruits and onboards individuals on the Autism spectrum.
  October 30, 2019 Helpful: 0 Unhelpful: 0 Rating: None User: mod-chronic Keywords: Autism, Jobs, Developmental Disabilities

Resource: Daivergent

Daivergent offers the autism spectrum and developmental disability community work readiness training for professional jobs. It offers paid work experience, video-based professional development courses, and socialization opportunities with peers on the autism spectrum. Daivergent's platform integrate...
  October 30, 2019 Helpful: 1 Unhelpful: 0 Rating: 0/5 User: mod-chronic Keywords: Autism, Developmental Disability, Jobs, Training

Resource: Project HIRED

Project HIRED helps people with disabilities find employment through an array of services. They offer one-on-one career counseling, skills workshops, and retention services after you find employment. All services are free. This service is available to people in California.
  October 30, 2019 Helpful: 0 Unhelpful: 0 Rating: None User: mod-chronic Keywords: Disabilities, Jobs, Training, Career Counseling