For the last 40 years, non-public-sector union membership has collapsed. In 1983, personal-sector union membership stood at much more than 20 p.c. By 2021, that fee had dwindled to just 6.3 per cent.
Currently, that development appears to be halted and may even be reversing. Non-public-sector unions are in the news. Area Amazon and Starbucks workforce successfully are unionizing. The new Teamsters president threatened a nationwide strike against UPS. Structured labor is flexing its muscle mass. The dilemma is, why?