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Written by Hassan Kanu July 12, 20211:52 PM CST Last Updated 3 days ago
Hassen Kanu: https://www.reuters.com/authors/hassan-kanu/
(Reuters) – A Reuters analysis of two decades of wages for retail workers found that the pay advantage union workers have enjoyed over non-union employees in that sector is increasing.
The weekly pay differential between union and nonunion workers widened from $20 in 2013 to more than $50 in 2019, according to the July 9 report.
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