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Howard Bloom, Philip Rosen and Jonathan Spitz Comment on Union Membership Trends in 2018

Howard Bloom, Philip Rosen and Jonathan Spitz comment on implications of the decline in union memberships in "Union Membership Stagnant in 2018," published by Material Handling and Logistics News.

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Howard M. Bloom

Howard M. Bloom
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Philip B. Rosen

Philip B. Rosen
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New York Metro
New York City

Jonathan J. Spitz

Jonathan J. Spitz
Principal
Atlanta

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