by Thomas Kochan, Duanyi Yang, Erin L. Kelly and Will Kimball
Only 10.7 percent of American workers belong to a union today, approximately half as many as in 1983. That’s a level not seen since the 1930s, just before passage of the labor law that was supposed to protect workers’ right to organize.
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