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Question by Bookworm: Why are unions for workers often reviled?
I’ve often noticed editorials and comments from people who are often angry and bitter at the very existence of unions. I’ve never quite understood why. Is it a blue collar vs. white collar thing? Is it because unions often fight for their members, which (can) mean the members get benefits others don’t? Is it something else?
Answer by IWIU
Unions force companies to pay more than they want to or can, so these companies aren’t going to take a loss, they just raise the prices on the rest of us and we pay for their raise.
At one time Unions were needed back when companies didn’t pay a fair wage, but nowadays all companies pay a fair wage, it might not be as high as people like, but it’s a fair wage.
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