U.S. Workers Are Realizing It's the Perfect Time to Go on Strike

Posted on AllSides October 10th, 2021
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Thousands of workers have gone on strike across the country, showing their growing power in a tightening economy. The unemployment rate fell 0.4 percentage points in September, to 4.8 percent, as companies continued to add workers, the government said Friday, and wages are continuing to tick up across industries as employers become more desperate to hire. In the first five days of October alone, there were 10 strikes in the U.S., including workers at Kellogg plants in Nebraska, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee; school bus drivers in Annapolis, Md.; and janitors at the Denver airport. That doesn’t include the nearly 60,000...

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