The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says average hourly pay edged up 2.8% for non-union workers and 0.8% for union workers last year, and union workers’ average hourly wage of $22.86 is $3.56 less than non-union workers’ wage. However, the amount spent per worker on employer-provided benefits was just $7.74 for non-union workers compared with $15.19 for union workers.
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