Government Cuts Kept U.S. Union Rate at Record Low in 2011Holly Rosenkrantz and William McQuillen
The rate of union membership in the U.S. fell to a record low in 2011 for a second-straight year, as a loss of government jobs partially offset a rise in private-sector employees, the Labor Department said.
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