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Obamacare doesn’t appear to have led to people shifting to part-time work, says a new study.

The study, led by Asako Moriya, an economist at the Center for Financing, Access and Cost Trends at the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, examined work trends from the Current Population Survey from 2005-15, including work hours at firms, stated reasons for working part-time, age, education, and health insurance status. [Update: Read an interview with and see a citation to Asako Moriya research.]

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