Are labor unions obsolete? | The Tylt
The Supreme Court ruled against public-sector unions in Janus v. AFSCME, which has many wondering if labor unions have become totally obsolete. About 35 percent of American workers belonged to labor unions in the 1950s, but today that number is closer to 10 percent. Conservatives think this is a good thing; unions are more focused on collecting dues than helping workers and are no longer needed in the modern workforce. But others argue unions are important now more than ever. Someone needs to fight for workers. What do you think?
Are labor unions obsolete?
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