Right to Work States Faster Growth & Higher Purchasing Power


The economic quality of life differences between Right To Work States and Compulsory Unionism States continue to expand, giving Right To Work State residents more money to spend and more choices of employment.   Right To Work states carried much of the economic growth during the past eight years and they are in position to continue to lead the way in the next decade.

The Right to Work States Benefit From Faster Growth, Higher Real Purchasing Power — Fact Sheet Spring 2017 Update provides new data comparing Employment, Purchasing Power, Manufacturing, Personal Income, Tax Freedom Days, Welfare, and more.  (Click here or on the image below to download the full fact sheet.)