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Analysis: Biggest Health Care Strike in History Exposing Tight Labor Market, Post-Pandemic Worker Fatigue

NTD News
NTD News
More than 75,000 workers employed by the Kaiser Permanente health care consortium went on strike Wednesday morning. What could be the effects of the strike in terms of care for ordinary Americans? NTD was joined live by Paul Mueller, a senior research fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research. He explained the significance of a tightening labor market in the post-pandemic era, and why large health care providers are reluctant to increase wages.
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