Only 52% of employees are confident their employer will continue to offer health benefits, down from 68% in 2000. The

number of employees not at all confident more than doubled to 16% from from 7% in 2000, according to the EBRI 2010 Health Confidence Survey. Its research shows that the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Healthcare Act has accelerated people’s fears about the future of healthcare as an employee benefit.

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