- Communities lose jobs when wages are lowered by right to work.
The Economic Policy Institute estimates that for every $1 million in wage cuts, the local economy sheds six jobs.
- Right to work does not improve the employment rate.
In fact, eight of the 12 states with the highest unemployment rates have right-to-work laws on the books.
- According to a report from Ohio University, these laws actually led to a decrease in employment in certain industries.
SOURCE: American Rights at Work