n a study published by Cornell University’s Industrial and Labor Relations Review, data showed a wide discrepancy between the lifetime earnings of union members and non-union workers. On average union members made up to $1.3 million more. Those belonging to unions made about $3.4 million from ages 20 to 64, whereas non-union workers made about $2.1 million.

Read the full story by Ayana Archie, published on October 13, 2022, in NPR:

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