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In 2007 the us unionization rate was a 55 percent

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194.In 2007, the U.S. unionization rate was: A. 5.5 percent, down by nearly one-half from the mid-1950s. B. 15.7 percent, up by about one-fourth from the mid-1950s. C. 12.1 percent, down by nearly one-half from the mid-1950s. D. 21.2 percent, down by 4 percentage points from the mid-1950s. 195.The majority of union members in the United States belong to unions that are: 196.Independent unions: 197.AFL-CIO stands for:
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198.Suppose in some economy there are 100 million workers; 10 million of those workers work in retail trade, and 1 million of the retail workers belong to unions. Total union membership in this economy is 40 million. The rate of unionization in retail trade is: A. 1 percent. B. 10 percent. C. 40 percent. D. 100 percent. 199.Suppose in some economy there are 100 million workers; 8 million of those workers work in retail trade, and 2 million of the retail workers belong to unions. Total union membership in this economy is 30 million. The rate of unionization in the economy is: 200.Suppose in some economy there are 100 million workers; 2 million of those workers work in mining, and 1 million of the miners belong to unions. The rate of unionization in mining is: 201.In the United States, the rate of unionization is:
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