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USA Data - Union Density

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USA Data - Union Density

Postby NC » Fri May 25, 2007 10:54 am

A US Website that studies and reports... read it yourself
In 1980, the Foundation began publication of Government Union Review, a quarterly journal dedicated to providing a forum for scholarly research on the impact of unionism on government and union influence on public policy. The Review also provides a forum for those who are interested in developing alternatives to unionism in the public sector.
http://www.psrf.org/gur/index.jsp

...and this is the rest of the unionization data for the rest of the country.
The Union Membership and Coverage Database, available at [see blink below - NC*] is an Internet data resource providing private and public sector labor union membership, coverage, and density estimates compiled from the Current Population Survey (CPS), a monthly household survey, using BLS methods. Economy-wide estimates are provided beginning in 1973; estimates by state, detailed industry, and detailed occupation begin in 1983; and estimates by metropolitan area begin in 1986. The Database, constructed by Barry Hirsch (Trinity University) and David Macpherson (Florida State University), is updated annually.
http://www.unionstats.com
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Postby JJ » Tue Feb 16, 2010 3:47 pm

I can't put anything up? I have the canadian numbers but no idea how to get them to the site. I emailed them on the weekend but they are not here yet.

They are the canadian density for both public and private sector. they should be pretty easy to chart.




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