### Study Reveals Right to Work States’ Lead in Job Growth Consistent Over Time
The National Institute for Labor Relations Research today released its annual study comparing private-sector job growth in Right to Work states with private-sector job growth in states that do not protect employees from federal policies authorizing the termination of workers for refusal to pay dues or fees to an unwanted union.
The study reveals that not only is private-sector job growth faster in Right to Work states, but also that Right to work States’ lead in job growth is consistent over time.
See study attachment.
For further information, contact the Institute’s Senior Research Associate Stan Greer, 703-321-9606, or email@example.com.
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