Union careers offer good pay, benefits and the means to raise a family

Following eight years under Gov. Scott Walker’s leadership, the climate in Wisconsin was decidedly anti-union, with So-Called “Right to Work” laws in the state and the loss of Prevailing Wage. Now thanks to Gov. Tony Evers, the labor climate is recovering and unions are regaining their strength.

Dan Bukiewicz, President of the Milwaukee Building and Construction Trades Council, joined the America’s Work Force Union Podcast to discuss what the infrastructure bill recently passed by the U.S. Senate means for the trades, as well as the great opportunities apprenticeship brings to high school and college graduates looking to start union careers. Continue reading