More than 85 percent of union workers have jobs that provide health insurance benefits, but only 54 percent of nonunion workers do.
Union workers on average make $200 more a week.
Unionized workers are 60 percent more likely to have employer-provided pensions.
57 million Americans who are not union members say they want to be part of one.
California ranks 49th in the nation for income equality.
1 in 4 workers in California do not have health coverage.
Women only earn 78% of what their Male counterparts earn.