Published Jun 28, 2012
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I found this post from 2012. You mentioned health insurance at $200/month. It is now 2018. Are you still working PRN? What do you pay for health insurance now? Is it still worth it to work PRN?
What insurance do you have ? My health insurance is $200 a month and i have no health issues.
The person who started this thread in 2012 has not been around for years.
Lol ok thank you
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