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230.The union wage advantage: A. has consistently been in the 25-30 percent range since the Second World War (1945). B. is estimated to be about 15 percent. C. has steadily increased along with the relative decline in unionism occurring since 1955. D. reached a record-high level in 2003. 231.Which of the following is correct ? 232.Those who feel that unions positively affect productivity and efficiency argue that unions are:
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233.By reducing labor turnover, unions may increase productivity because a lower turnover rate: 234.Some economists claim that unions reduce economic efficiency by: A. providing a voice mechanism for workers. B. insisting that promotions be based on ability rather than seniority. C. imposing restrictions on the kinds of jobs workers may perform. D. increasing worker turnover. 235.Unions may increase productivity by: 236.Featherbedding refers to: 237.Available research suggests that the union wage advantage diminishes the national output by:
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