Union Workers Will Get Some Breaks In '92

For most workers, recessions are the worst of all worlds. Layoffs increase, new jobs dry up, and employers become tightfisted with pay. Since many economists, even optimists, expect sluggish growth at best in 1992, the outlook for unionized workers would logically seem to be as grim as for everyone else. But the year may not be so bad for the 3 million or so union members whose contracts will expire.

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