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Unions and employment agencies both serve a good purpose in the workforce.  Now, however, it seems like there is a void that is not being filled, and somebody needs to fill it.  Many workers have their resumes out there, but either the pay is too low, or in areas where workers aren’t currently located.

What if, unions, employment agencies and these workers networked and created viable co-ops?  With a slight change in operational procedures unions and employment agencies could help workers organize and raise the needed capital to form their own small companies.  They could also assist with management, training, and identifying needs to be addressed locally, nationally and globally. Thus, reviving communities all over America. 

When Medicare-For-All passes, and it will eventually pass, unions would need to change the services they offer, and this will be a great role for them and employment agencies to fulfill.  The could also provide co-ops with negotiation training so that they can compete for government contracts to provide goods and services across the nation.  Time to discuss — what do you think?

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