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The Bureau of Labor Statistics has current union membership data.
Consult the table created from CPS for union affiliation of employed wage and salary workers by selected characteristics (age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, part-time or full-time status) from 2000 onward.
For information on union affiliation in Spain, visit the Ministry of Work and Immigration's website and click on the statistics for Afiliación de trabajadores al Sistema de la Seguridad Social.
See the US Department of Labor - Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) for private and public sector agreements.
The Collective Bargaining Agreements file of the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment Standards Administration.
For Canada, see the Government of Canada's labor relations database, Negotech (see below). From there, visit the Treasury Board of Canada's Collective Bargaining page.
or international information, try the following sites:
European Industrial Relations Observatory Online
For information on collective agreements in Spain (in Spanish), visit the database MTIN: