At their peak in 1954, labor organizations represented 34.8 percent of employees. Now, fewer than 11 percent of employees are union members, with private sector membership at near all-time lows of 6.3 percent. As the workforce grows, unions represent an ever-smaller share.

Read the full report by Trey Kovacs, a RWP Labor Senior Campaign Consultant.


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