Rochelle James found herself needing to financially support both her new child and her little sister. She could have faced her challenge or crumbled underneath it. Fortunately, Rochelle joined Nontraditional Employment for Women and earned a coveted union position as an electrician.
While Rochelle managed to acquire health insurance, many young adults are not as lucky. Health insurance should be provided by your job or trade organization, and is important for you, and those depending on you.
Rochelle James is currently an electrician living in New York City. She overcame a challenging situation, raising both her new child and her sister. Now, as a mentor, she inspires and teaches other women how to prosper financially and professionally.
"It does make sense to get renters' insurance, because it covers you for any damage that happens and it's not that expensive."
"20 million people, aged 18 to 34, still don't have health insurance. It's a huge problem."
"If you don't have a job that gives you health insurance, see if there's some organization you can join to get health insurance."
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