Obamacare data entry workers sit with nothing to do, news report claims

Report illustrates continuing problems with state health insurance exchange websites

How much should data entry workers get paid and should they sit all day with nothing to do?

A source, identified by the Missouri news media as a “whistleblower,” said $1.2 billion is being used in part on data workers’ salary who appear to do little each day at an enrollment processing center for Obamacare, formally known as the Affordable Care Act.

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