*from the Center for Policy and Economic Research:* "We already knew that unions increase wages, especially for less-educated workers. They also strongly increase the probability that a worker will have benefits like health care insurance, a pension, or paid sick days and family leave. It turns out that unions are also good for your health. A new studyhttp://www.soc.duke.edu/%7Ebrady/web/sf12.pdfby Megan Reynolds and David Brady at Duke University finds that being a union member has a large positive effect on self-rated health status. This effect is largest for less-educated workers."
C*Click here for a link to a summary of the study, which includes a link to the 27 page study itself: *
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