Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama weigh union vote – The Washington Post

Now, its tiny downtown is marked by boarded-up storefronts. Its population has shrunk to about 26,000, down from more than 33,000 in 1990, said the city director of economic and community development, Toraine Norris. Unemployment surged past 30 percent after Pullman shuttered, and though it has now settled below 5 percent, there’s still a demand for well-paying jobs.

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