• zInternationalStudents Blog

  • Thursday, July 20, 2017

  • Health insurance when on the verge of getting a job

    Filed Under: Health Insurance
International students studying in the USA are forced by many universities to buy international health insurance coverage. At the start of the education, this seems like an avoidable expense, but soon students realize it was a good investment as they start finding out the cost of medical care in the USA.

As their education progresses, international student insurance helps many students pass easily through the medical system of US, which could well have been unaffordable in the absence of the coverage. Slowly, education draws to an end and many start looking for a job.

Students who find jobs in companies either in the USA or in many other countries enjoy the benefits of complementary health insurance, the premium payment for which is borne by the employer. In the US at least, it is almost an unsaid rule. Health insurance from the employer is generally a standard part of the job offer.

Those students who are in their final year of education have to bear in mind that a strong economic background unbridled by medical debts is a good start to find a good job. Being medically covered when studying can help you later in life more than you would realize now. Commenting is not available in this channel entry.

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