The Stunning Difference Between Unionized And Non-Unionized Wages
The Congressional Budget Office has a sterling reputation for collecting accurate data and making credible predictions about basic economic and fiscal trends. CBO analyses, which are based on current law, are generally accepted as valid by both liberals and conservatives. 314 more words
Worker’s expectations about losing and replacing their jobs: 35 years of change
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
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In a 1980 Monthly Labor Review article, I used data from 1977 and 1978 nationwide public opinion surveys to show that relatively few (7.7 percent) workers surveyed feared the loss of their jobs and a majority (59.2 percent) thought that they could find comparable work without much difficulty.