Chelsey Tucker graduated with a Bachelor of History degree from Metropolitan State University in 2019. She now writes about insurance with her specialty being life insurance and has been quoted on Help Smart Phone and MEL Magazine.

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UPDATED: Mar 19, 2020

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The lowdown...

  • For many part-time employees, healthcare may seem out of reach
  • Our list factors the number of benefits, average pay, and minimum hours to show which part-time jobs are most desirable
  • The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics stated that there were 5.3 million part-timers in the U.S.

Click here for our benefits table and here to view our interactive table.

Healthcare is crucial, but many people wonder whether they qualify for coverage and end up going without it. One group of people for whom this typically applies is part-time employees.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics defines part-time employees as people who work 1 to 34 hours each week. As of April 2017, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics stated that there were 5.3 million part-timers in the U.S.

The Bureau of Labor and Statistics further explained that these individuals, many of whom would have preferred full-time employment, were working part-time because their hours had been cut back or because they were unable to find full-time positions.

Countless scenarios exist for individuals who work part-time. These people could be stringing together multiple part-time positions to make ends meet, or they may work less than 30 hours per week while attending school or raising a family.

In 2015, full-time, year-round workers were more likely to be covered by health insurance than the population who worked less than full-time.

While it may not be legally required to offer health benefits to part-time employees, it can be a positive business practice. Part-time benefits can boost recruitment efforts and support employee productivity and retention.

Ultimately, offering medical benefits to part-time employees lets those individuals know that their health and well-being is a serious priority for the company.

As of 2017, it seems as though some employers are getting the message that offering benefits to part-time employees boosts morale.

If you are a part-time employee currently searching for a job that offers health insurance, we have gathered together the top 21 part-time jobs that offer it along with other benefits.

If you’re curious about other health insurance plans out there, compare several policies with our FREE comparison tool!


We ranked all 21 companies from the least desirable place to work to the most desirable by three major factors.

The three major ranking factors are as follows (from most to least important):

  1. Number of Benefits Included
  2. Average Hourly Pay
  3. Minimum Required Hours

Regardless of a company’s ranking on our list (number one is the most desirable place to work), each has the potential to offer part-time employees more benefit opportunity than they might have now

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Top 21 Part-Time Jobs with Health Insurance

Each of the companies below has a unique way in which to offer healthcare and additional benefits to its employees. Read more about each company to learn whether you should consider a job change in the near future!

#21 – Barnes & Noble

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