Posts Tagged ‘study’

Health Premiums Rise A Relatively Modest 4 Percent, Study Finds

Family plan premiums hit $ 15,745 on average, while premiums for single employees rose to $ 5,615, according to a survey of employers released Tuesday by the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Health Research & Educational Trust. (KHN is an editorially independent program of the foundation.) Article © AHN – All Rights Reserved Economy, Business And […]

Retail Health Clinics Expanding

In 2009 the Rand Corp. compared care and costs for treating three common illnesses in different settings. In that study, retail clinics cost at least 30 percent less than physicians’ offices, urgent care centers and emergency departments, while the quality of care was at least as good. Article © AHN – All Rights Reserved Economy, Business […]

A study on Automated Forex Trading and how it works

A study on Automated Forex Trading and how it works Article by Mike Bordon Everybody in Forex trading has begun to purchase their Forex robot. Forex robot is automated Forex trading software that helps you trade deriving maximum profit. But, many plunge into buying, without understanding what is Automated Forex trading, and how does it […]

How to Find the best penny stock newsletter

How to Find the best penny stock newsletter Article by Jeremy Miller Trading in penny stocks is not a ‘get rich quick’ scheme. You have to work hard at it, study the trends and ensure that you get the timing right. Having said that, money can be made. When trading in large companies such as […]

British workforces ‘not geared up’ to employ older workers

A study finds a third of people in their fifties battle breathlessness at work, which affects performance. View full post on UK Business Stories

Unemployment Fear Spurs More Britons To Save

AHN News Staff London, England, United Kingdom (AHN) – More Britons are savings larger amounts of money, according to the survey of National Savings & Investments released Monday. The study attributed the growing savings habits of Britons to fears of unemployment. According to the annual savings survey, 52 percent of the country’s population saves money. […]