Unformatted text preview: markets lead to employers having to constantly replace workers and wanting to import additional workers. For unions, or the laborer, the revolving door market makes it harder to organize and to help themselves with higher wages. Thus, they make around 10,000 a year. Public policy wise, it has led to policy makers to try to compensate for workers living on a poverty line through aid. A huge sum is spent on programs to benefit laborers in the form of social programs....
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- Spring '08
- door labor market, revolving door labor