Union membership still pays…at least in terms of higher wages.
The typical union worker made $970 a week in 2014, compared to $763 for non-union workers, according to the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics data.
That 27 percent spread has remained relatively constant at least since 2000, when the agency started tracking the data.
Read the complete story at CNN Money.
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