With 46 million Americans living without health insurance, thousands of uninsured people who can't get insurance contact call centers every month.
Last year one nationwide survey, the Commonwealth Fund, found that 89 percent, or 52 million, of those looking for individual health insurance didn't get it because it was too expensive or they were turned down.
I'm working as a contractor for a large company. If anybody complains because the company is not providing health benefits to us, they can self-righteously replay that the recruiting company has benefits. However, that recruiting company doesn't hire me or several of my co-workers directly. They hire us thru another recruiting company that has no benefits. I guess that at least helps keep the unemployment rate down a little.