Employers pay a general health insurance fee which can be 100%, 80%,40%. Employer pays 80% of your health 20% is payed by you if you have 2 or more that is a family plan. Depending on what your employer covers. The average yearly health insurance for a family is $13,000 single $5,200. Your employer pays a group rate one set price. If I have 1000 employees at a group rate which runs about $13,000,000 a year this is at 80%. $13,000,000 seems like a lot of money it’s not. A employer whom has 1000 employees makes 450,000,000 a year. Now you pay 20% take copays for visits, Medications and other expenses this depends on your age the older the less you work more you pay. Take what you pay and subtract from your net pay. Ask yourself when I get older and older will I be able to afford health insurance once you retire. This is without a deductible, that you pay. I bet your yearly profit is Zero. If all I had to do is pay you and pay for some of your insurance I would pay, I am making 1000 times more a year from your work. You may feel that your employer is paying for your health in short term yes. Years to come when you really need it, when you work part time and the 20% doesn’t change. Who ever votes against is thinking about the now or making a profit of your work.