Special Report

Union Membership In All 50 States

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45. South Dakota
> Workers in a labor union: 4.0% (total: 15,624)
> Change in union membership (2011-2021): -1.1 ppt. (23rd lowest)
> Avg. annual wage: $46,810 (4th lowest)

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44. Idaho
> Workers in a labor union: 4.7% (total: 35,741)
> Change in union membership (2011-2021): -0.5 ppt. (8th lowest)
> Avg. annual wage: $47,940 (7th lowest)

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43. Louisiana
> Workers in a labor union: 4.7% (total: 80,764)
> Change in union membership (2011-2021): 0.2 ppt. (4th lowest)
> Avg. annual wage: $47,740 (6th lowest)

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42. Virginia
> Workers in a labor union: 4.8% (total: 175,451)
> Change in union membership (2011-2021): 0.2 ppt. (3rd lowest)
> Avg. annual wage: $62,330 (10th highest)

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41. Georgia
> Workers in a labor union: 4.8% (total: 210,782)
> Change in union membership (2011-2021): 0.8 ppt. (16th lowest)
> Avg. annual wage: $53,940 (23rd highest)

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