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Old 02-20-2011, 05:40 PM
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Question Part time jobs with benefits????

Dare I ask? I know with this economy that there are few jobs to be found, let alone a job with medical benefits. I am hoping to work PT only but still need medical benefits. Any ideas?? Retail, customer service, entry level jobs.
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Old 02-20-2011, 05:43 PM
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TVRH offers part-time w benefits.
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Old 02-20-2011, 09:04 PM
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I do not think you will find medical benefits in a part time job. The benefits would probably cost more than the hourly rate of pay. Your option is to find a job that pays enough for you to buy health insurance.
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Try Publix food market.
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I do not think you will find medical benefits in a part time job. The benefits would probably cost more than the hourly rate of pay. Your option is to find a job that pays enough for you to buy health insurance.
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TVRH offers part-time w benefits.
This is correct. My wife works part time at the hospital and has excellent benefits including BC/BS insurance at a very reasonable cost
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I do not think you will find medical benefits in a part time job. The benefits would probably cost more than the hourly rate of pay. Your option is to find a job that pays enough for you to buy health insurance.
Not correct RJM - TVRH does offer affordable medical to part time - see other posts.

I'm sure there are others but I only know about TVRH.
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I also heard that Home Depot offers benefits to part-time workers - are they still doing this? Was about 2 years ago that I golfed with someone who was working there until he turned 65, mostly for the health benefits.
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Default thanks everyone!

I knew I could count on TOTV! I am following up on the suggestions. Keep the ideas coming!
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