Yesterday the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) issued its initial estimates for total 2014 private-sector, nonfarm employment in the 50 states. The BEA simultaneously released revised estimates for overall state personal income and an array of specific kinds of income, including employee compensation in the form of wages, salaries, benefits and bonuses. The 2014 BEA employment and income data show once again that there is a strong negative correlation between compulsory unionism and economic growth. Nationwide, private-sector […]
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