FAQ – What effect does a Right to Work law have on a state’s standard of living?

Right to Work laws have significant beneficial effects on a state’s standard of living.

Statistics show that Right to Work states enjoy greater economic vitality than do states where union dues and “fees” are compulsory. Per capita income has grown significantly faster in Right to Work states for decades.

Right to Work states also have faster growth in manufacturing and nonagricultural jobs and capital expenditures, lower unemployment rates, and fewer work stoppages.

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