And baby makes … $9,950

Daly, Meg
September 2005
Oregon Business Magazine;Sep2005, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p34
Reports on the impact of the rising health insurance premiums on Oregon companies' ability to give its employees pay raises. Average annual premium for employer-sponsored coverage in the state; Steps taken by companies in the area to lighten the burden caused by the rise in employee health insurance premiums.


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