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Health care and family Over the past 30 years, the share of employers offering small-group health benefits has decreased to less than one-third.

The small-group health insurance market remained stable over the last year, despite the uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, a new report has found. However, the long-term health of the market remains uncertain, as the number of small employers offering health insurance has been decreasing over the years.

The analysis, released by the Urban Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, said that small businesses generally place a high value on offering health benefits to their employees in order to attract and retain workers. However, costs continue to increase, putting pressure on smaller employers.

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