Three of the top 10 are in construction.
Major work stoppages have declined over 95 percent since the 1940s.
Union membership fell to 10.7 percent of the U.S. workforce, and 6.4 percent in the private sector.
2014 had the second fewest strikes since the federal government began keeping records in 1947
Oregon ranks #7 nationally for union density
Washington is again the fourth-most union state, while Oregon drops to 12th
New York is the most unionized. Washington’s #4, Oregon #9.
Nationwide, 11.8% of U.S. workers are in a union, according to the latest BLS data.
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