Graduate students in unions earn more than nonunion colleagues, study finds

10/8/2013 | InsideHigherEd.com

Graduate students at public universities who are allowed to unionize make more money, on average, than those who aren't part of a union, according to a recent study published by Cornell University. Researchers also found that the student-faculty relationship was not adversely affected -- and sometimes was improved -- under unionization. The study comes as many graduate students, including those at New York University, are considering unionizing.

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