States With the Strongest and Weakest Unions

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31. Kansas
> Pct. of workers in unions: 7.0%
> Change in union membership (2008-2018): unchanged
> Union workers: 90,558 (21st fewest)
> Avg. annual wage: $46,413 (15th lowest)

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32. New Mexico
> Pct. of workers in unions: 6.8%
> Change in union membership (2008-2018): -0.4 ppt. (4th smallest decrease)
> Union workers: 55,336 (9th fewest)
> Avg. annual wage: $44,725 (7th lowest)

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33. Nebraska
> Pct. of workers in unions: 6.6%
> Change in union membership (2008-2018): -1.7 ppt. (19th largest decrease)
> Union workers: 58,447 (14th fewest)
> Avg. annual wage: $46,540 (16th lowest)

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34. Wyoming
> Pct. of workers in unions: 6.5%
> Change in union membership (2008-2018): -1.2 ppt. (23rd largest decrease)
> Union workers: 15,376 (the fewest)
> Avg. annual wage: $47,285 (18th lowest)

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35. Oklahoma
> Pct. of workers in unions: 5.7%
> Change in union membership (2008-2018): -0.9 ppt. (10th smallest decrease)
> Union workers: 90,114 (20th fewest)
> Avg. annual wage: $45,997 (14th lowest)