As you can tell from the various options we’ve covered, the best insurance for a college graduate depends on your individual situation. Factors such as whether you have any employer provided insurance, the length of time you’ll be without insurance, any pre-existing medical conditions, and how high a deductible you’re willing to pay all go into picking the right coverage for you.
Of course, you always have the option of not getting any health insurance at all but just be aware of the risk you’re running should you run into medical complications. Chances are you already have some kind of school loans to pay off. Do you want to run the risk of incurring high medical bills to add even more debt to the amount you owe?
Your best bet is to research all of the available options and determine which one you can afford. I mentioned eHealthInsurance.com earlier, sites like those allow you to search and compare the various health insurance plans available and determine which is going to best fit with your overall lifestyle, budget, and needs.
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