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Two-thirds of Baby Boomers report that health insurance is the most important benefit  

While health insurance is by far the most important employee benefit regardless of age cohort, Millennials are less likely than Baby Boomers and Gen Xers to say it is the most important benefit. Two-thirds (67%) of Baby Boomers report that health insurance is the most important benefit, compared with 63% among Gen Xers, and 60% among Millennials," according to the 2015 EBRI Workplace Benefits Survey. 
       
 
        Fronstin, P., & Helman, R. (2015). Worker opinions about employee benefits: Differences among millennials, baby boomers, and generation X have implications for plan sponsors. EBRI Notes, 36(12), 12-20. (p. 12 and Figure 1). Retrieved from this source.
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