History , 01.08.2022 07:28

What's the primary reason for the decline in union membership in the United States since the 1960s?

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The boom of industrial work in automobile plants and refineries

A sharp decrease in the number of blue collar jobs available

The introduction of the first federal minimum wage law

An increase in worker productivity and efficiency in recent decades

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Answer: An increase in worker productivity and efficiency in recent decades.

Labor Unions are organisations that protects the right s or workers. They usually make dialogues with large manufacturing firms to balance wages/salaries of workers.
There are multiple reasons for union decline, including declines in employment in highly unionized industries, declines in unionization rates within these traditional bastions of unionism, and failures to unionize in new, growing sectors.

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