Right to Work states outpace “forced unionism” states since COVID onset

COVID 19 has wrought numerous changes and accelerated the ongoing shift in jobs and economic growth to jurisdictions with pro-market policies. Powerful unions tend to fight against free markets.  The following chart highlights how jobs have continued to move from forced-unionism (non-right to work) states and to those that allow people to opt out of paying unions dues as a precondition of employment.

New Mexico is NOT a Right to Work state.

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