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Have labor unions generally raised the wages of unionized workers?

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A 2004 paper in the Journal of Labor Research summarizing the results of 100+ studies on union wage effects from 1967 into the 2000s found that unions increased the average wage of unionized workers by about 16%. However, these increased wages have driven up consumer prices and taxes, which have generally reduced America's standards of living.

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