The American worker has never been more dissatisfied with his job. Meanwhile, union membership continues its 50-year decline. Coincidence? Benjamin Radcliff thinks not. He’s a professor of political science at Notre Dame and the co-author of a new study about unions in 14 nations. His research shows that people who live in countries thick with union membership are a happier lot — regardless of whether they’re in a union or not. “There’s a direct effect of being a member and sort of an indirect effect,” Radcliff tells AOL News.
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