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What do auto workers make in pay and why it matters in contract talks?

Here & Now host Deepa Fernandes speaks with Wayne State University business professor Marick Masters about what auto workers make in pay and what car companies say about it, including why full-time auto workers who are members of the United Auto Workers earn up to $32 per hour while temporary workers earn about $17/hour.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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