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Sharp Decline in Indiana Union Membership


Indiana union membership is at its lowest level since the 1980's. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, union members made up 9.1 percent of Indiana's workforce in 2012, down from 22 percent in 1983. The full story from the Indiana Business Journal can be found by clicking on the link below.

Indiana Business Journal – “Indiana Union Membership at Lowest Level in 24 Years


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