Does the need for healthcare influence career and job decisions?

If you have type 1 diabetes in the United States, you need health insurance to help pay for medication, devices, and healthcare services (endos, CDEs, etc.). We're running this survey to get a sense for whether or not people with type 1, or who have a family member with type 1, make job or career choices based on this need for health insurance.

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* 1. Have you made a career choice based on health care versus your desired career path?

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* 2. Have you ever turned down a job offer/position due to the quality or lack of comprehensive employer-based healthcare coverage?

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* 3. Have you accepted a position with less advancement or income opportunities because the employer offered healthcare coverage?

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* 4. Have you turned down a job offer/position in order to maintain income qualification levels for government based health insurance coverage (Medicaid for you/your child)?

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* 5. Have you ever changed your relationship status (e.g., gotten married or entered into a domestic partnership) in order to receive comprehensive healthcare benefits, or have you maintained a relationship status (e.g., separated but not divorced) to maintain comprehensive coverage?

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* 6. When considering work/career decisions please rank in order of importance to your decision the following factors:

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* 7. Please share any final thoughts you might have regarding healthcare coverage and job and career decisions.

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