Decline of Union Membership in Construction, Manufacturing and Transportation are Key to U.S. Income Inequality

June 10, 2013

The decline of unionization in the manufacturing, transportation, and construction industries is the primary reason labor's overall share of U.S. national income has fallen sharply in recent decades and business profits have soared, according to an article published May 30 by the American Sociological Association.

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