When it comes to pay, training, healthcare, and retirement security, LIUNA members have the advantage.Construction workers who belong to LIUNA make more money per hour - regardless of whether they're men or women, and regardless of their ethnic background. And LIUNA members in public service have the advantage with a strong advocate for collective bargaining rights.
On average, the Census Bureau reports that union-represented construction workers earn $20.60 an hour, compared with $13.30 an hour for those without a union -- a 65 percent advantage. In some areas, such as heavy construction and highway construction, the advantage is greater -- $25.47 an hour compared with $13.72 an hour.
Check out the LIUNA difference.