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  • Health insurance a dream for many single moms working part time

    Single mothers who are underemployed are likely to go without health insurance longer than women who are unemployed, according to a new study by Chi-Fang Wu and Mary Keegan Eamon. Wu is a professor in the School of Social Work and Eamon is a professor emerita in the school.

    Single mothers who are underemployed are likely to go without health insurance longer than women who are unemployed, according to a new study by Chi-Fang Wu and Mary Keegan Eamon. Wu is a professor in the School of Social Work and Eamon is a professor emerita in the school.

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      Single mothers who are underemployed are likely to go without health insurance longer than women who are unemployed, according to a new study by Chi-Fang Wu and Mary Keegan Eamon. Wu is a professor in the School of Social Work and Eamon is a professor emerita in the school.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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  • To contact Chi-Fang Wu, call 217-244-5222; email cfangwu@illinois.edu.