- Jul 2, 2019
Okay, now I'm confused. I thought health insurance was tied to full time and you needed an average of about 32 hours or more to keep the insurance, but now I'm being told full time is considered 29.5 and up? Does insurance require a bit more average hours or am I missing something? Also, what's the difference between full time and part time benefits because I work 2 jobs and I don't want to burn myself out from both, but I guess I was technically working full time? I recently put in my desired hours survey 28 hours, which would eventually bump me to part-time and was wondering what I would be losing.