Opportunities For the ‘Middle-Educated’ and the College-Educated   

On October 31, 2014, in Fact Sheets, by NILRR Staff

NILRR Fact Sheet — College-Educated and ‘Middle-Educated’ Employee web Census Bureau Data Show That Non-Holders, Holders of Bachelor’s Degrees Are Flocking to Right to Work States By Stan Greer As a number of workforce analysts have noted, one way in which Americans in their teens and their twenties have attempted to shield themselves from the […]

FACT SHEET: Working-Age Resident Deficit

On September 4, 2014, in News Clips, by NILRR Staff

Working-Age Resident Deficit Compulsory-Union-Dues States’ Total Population Aged 35-54 Fell by Roughly Two Million from 2003 to 2013 By Stan Greer Because, as a group, they already have plenty of work experience, but are still able to put in a lot of hours on the job, the 84.2 million Americans who were aged 35-54 in […]

NILRR Weekly Clips, July 26, 2013

On July 26, 2013, in News Clips, by CLJ

  NRTW Foundation starts Pgh ads Pittsburgh Post Gazette Online, July 23, 2013 The conservative National Right To Work Foundation is starting a decent-sized ad buy in the Pittsburgh market today that warns of union harassment in hospital work places. UPDATE: The NRTW takes issue with the headline of this post calling it “anti-union.” It […]

Maine Democrat Signs Up For Right To Work Law

On March 1, 2013, in News Clips, Right To Work, by CLJ

Maine Democrat, Terry Hayes, has signed on to a bill which would allow all Maine government employees the freedom of choice, the right to join, or refrain, from union membership.  Matthew Stone has the story in the Bangor Daily  News. Rep. Terry Hayes, D-Buckfield, will be the only Democratic co-sponsor of the bill, LD 786, proposed by Rep. […]

NILRR News Clips – April 6, 2012

On April 6, 2012, in News Clips, by CLJ

Right to work has worked Point of View: Oklahoma economy has grown Newsok.com, March 31, 2012 According to federal Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) data, total private-sector employment in Oklahoma increased by 8.1 percent from 2003 to 2010. Oklahoma’s job gain was more than triple the average for forced-unionism states (then 28 in number) and […]