78.6% of Female Wage Workers Work at a Workplace without a Union
In both female and male wage workers, ‘no union’ accounted the highest percentage where for female, it was 78.6% and for male, it was 71.7%. And for female, it was 6.8%p lower than male.
In case of ‘unionized’, female accounted for 9.4% and male accounted for 14.9% where male was 5.5%p higher than female. ‘Not eligible for union membership’ was 6.2% for female and 7.3% for male and ‘eligible for union membership but did not unionize’ was shown the lowest percentage of 5.8% for female and 6.1% for male. Compared to ‘no union’ and ‘unionized’, the differences between female and male are 1.1%p and 0.2%p respectively, which is lower than those of ‘no union’ and ‘unionized’.
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