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NEW YORK – Credit unions should think twice before slicing health care benefits. According to a recent study by the Center for Survey Research at Stonybrook University a majority of the workforce would choose a job that carries health benefits over a higher paying job when looking for employment in the coming year. Some 75% of non-retired Americans rate good health care benefits as very important compared to 37% who say the same about a higher salary. Even people between the ages of 18 and 34 place greater emphasis on a job with benefits (65%) than on one with a higher salary (29%).

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