The Union Difference for Working Professionals

“Over six million professionals use collective bargaining to negotiate for better pay, benefits and working conditions, including doctors, nurses, teachers, professors, research scientists, engineers, performers, technicians, administrative personnel and many more in countless other occupations. No two union contracts are exactly alike, as professionals customize their collective bargaining agreements to meet their specific occupational needs and the context of their employers. Joining together in union and negotiating with their employer allows professionals to speak together with a collective voice that is stronger than any one person could hope to have.”

By Ethan Miller

Read the factsheet at dpeaflcio.org