For companies with fewer than 50 employees, employees contributed 29% of premium costs in 2013 for family plans, rising to 35% in 2020.

The small-group health insurance market remained relatively stable from 2013-2020, a new study from the Urban Institute has found. The study said that health insurance enrollment among employees of small companies averaged between 8.9 and 9.6 million enrollees during the seven-year period.

In the U.S., only about half of small employers (companies with fewer than 50 employees) offer health insurance to employees, while 99% of large companies offer health plans. But the percentage of small companies offering plans has held relatively steady.

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