Detroit's despair: Population has plunged 25% in a decade to hit a 100-year low; vacant housing...
Detroit's despair: Population has plunged 25% in a decade to hit a 100-year low; vacant housing units now comprise 20% of the city's housing stock. The no. 1 reason, IBD says: the United Auto Workers union. As long as total full-time pay and benefits for a Big Three factory worker stay near $140,000/year, Detroit will continue its descent.
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