Nearly Three-Quarters of U.S. Automotive Manufacturing Jobs Located in Right to Work States

On June 17, 2016, in NILRR Research, by Stan Greer

Long before the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Economic Analysis issued its state-by-state estimates for manufacturing output of motor vehicles, bodies and trailers and parts in 2014 early this week (see the link below for more information), it was easy to predict the data would show more than 70% of U.S. auto production that year […]

From 2013 to 2014, Forced-Unionism States Lost $18.5 Billion in Adjusted Gross Income Due to Net Domestic Out-Migration of Taxpayers

On April 10, 2016, in NILRR Research, by Stan Greer

Perhaps the single most effective tool for measuring the long-term, ongoing migration of taxpayers and incomes out of forced-unionism states and into Right to Work states is furnished by the Statistics of Income (SOI) division of the IRS. And today any interested person can easily access SOI data on the “state to state migration” page […]

Right to Work States Better For Homebuyers

On February 2, 2016, in NILRR Research, by Stan Greer

According to a nationwide survey conducted late last year by the National Association of Realtors (NAR), 95% of renters aged 34 and under want to own a home in the future. Among renters of all ages, a still-hefty 83% desire to own. The NAR also found that by far the most common reason offered by […]

None of the 14 States With Greatest Youth Population Declines Over the Past Decade Had a Right to Work Law Prior to 2013

On December 26, 2015, in News Clips, by Stan Greer

By setting age-segregated U.S. Census Bureau population data released on December 22 (see the first link below) side by side with data found in Table 21 of the 2007 edition of the Statistical Abstract of the United States (see the second link below), one can quickly see that, even as the total population of the […]

Forced-Unionism States Are Extraordinarily Inhospitable to ‘Middle-Educated’ Americans

On November 3, 2015, in NILRR Research, by Stan Greer

As of last year, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 30.1% of American adults aged 25 and up had at least a bachelor’s degree education.  Census data also show that states with Right to Work laws on the books prohibiting forced union dues and fees as a condition of employment have done a superior job […]

Right to Work States Represent the Future of the U.S. Automotive Industry

On September 25, 2015, in NILRR Research, by Stan Greer

Long before the U.S. Commerce Department’s Bureau of Economic Analysis issued its state-by-state estimates for manufacturing output of motor vehicles, bodies and trailers and parts in 2013 (see the link below for more information), it was easy to predict the data would show more than 70% of U.S. auto production that year occurred in one […]

From 2012 to 2013, Forced-Unionism States Lost $18.2 Billion in Adjusted Gross Income Due to Net Domestic Out-Migration of Taxpayers

On September 6, 2015, in News Clips, by Stan Greer

Perhaps the single most effective tool for measuring the long-term, ongoing migration of taxpayers and incomes out of forced-unionism states and into Right to Work states is furnished by the Statistics of Income (SOI) division of the IRS. And today any interested person can easily access SOI data on the “state to state migration” page […]

Hey, Prof. Krugman: Lowering Workers’ Housing Costs Raises Their Real Earnings!

On July 11, 2015, in News Clips, by Stan Greer

As the many “pay calculators” available on the Internet that can help you figure out how far your wage or salary would go in another locality attest, people seeking a better job or a first job routinely factor in cost of living in assessing how good an offer from an employer really is.  Consequently, employers in […]