What Millennials Really Think about Unions (You'll Be Surprised)

November 8, 2013

Last month, Aaron Sankin wrote about a puzzling paradox affecting the newest generation to join America’s workforce. Millennials, born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s, hold a much more favorable view of labor unions than older generations, but they are the least likely age group to be in unions. Sankin asks, if 61% of respondents aged 18 to 29 surveyed earlier this year hold a favorable view of labor unions, why aren’t they part of the labor movement?

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