Yep, that's what the Obamacare law says - whether or not you ACCEPT the insurance, if they offer it, you cannot stay on your parent's insurance.I do not know what you mean by "not viable", but it does not matter. It also does not matter whether the plan is "economically viable".
The law says that if your employer offers you health insurance, then it is legal for your parent's insurance company to kick you off your parent's insurance. None of the things that you mention are stipulations in the law. The law does not stipulate that the job be full time, that you not be a college student, or even that you be able to afford the plan. The only two things that would force your parent's insurance company to let you stay on your parent's insurance are (a) if you quit your job, or (b) if your job did not offer health insurance.
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