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    25 major work stoppages in 2019 involving 425,500 workers

    February 14, 2020

    There were 25 major work stoppages in 2019, each involving 1,000 workers or more and lasting at least one shift. That was the largest number of major work stoppages since 2001. Between 2010 and 2019 there were 154 work stoppages, an average of 15 stoppages a year.

    Annual work stoppages involving 1,000 or more workers, 1947–2019
    Year Number of work stoppages Number of workers involved Number of days idle

    1947

    270 1,629,000 25,720,000

    1948

    245 1,435,000 26,127,000

    1949

    262 2,537,000 43,420,000

    1950

    424 1,698,000 30,390,000

    1951

    415 1,462,000 15,070,000

    1952

    470 2,746,000 48,820,000

    1953

    437 1,623,000 18,130,000

    1954

    265 1,075,000 16,630,000

    1955

    363 2,055,000 21,180,000

    1956

    287 1,370,000 26,840,000

    1957

    279 887,000 10,340,000

    1958

    332 1,587,000 17,900,000

    1959

    245 1,381,000 60,850,000

    1960

    222 896,000 13,260,000

    1961

    195 1,031,000 10,140,000

    1962

    211 793,000 11,760,000

    1963

    181 512,000 10,020,000

    1964

    246 1,183,000 16,220,000

    1965

    268 999,000 15,140,000

    1966

    321 1,300,000 16,000,000

    1967

    381 2,192,000 31,320,000

    1968

    392 1,855,000 35,367,000

    1969

    412 1,576,000 29,397,000

    1970

    381 2,468,000 52,761,000

    1971

    298 2,516,000 35,538,000

    1972

    250 975,000 16,764,000

    1973

    317 1,400,000 16,260,000

    1974

    424 1,796,000 31,809,000

    1975

    235 965,000 17,563,000

    1976

    231 1,519,000 23,962,000

    1977

    298 1,212,000 21,258,000

    1978

    219 1,006,000 23,774,000

    1979

    235 1,021,000 20,409,000

    1980

    187 795,000 20,844,000

    1981

    145 729,000 16,908,000

    1982

    96 656,000 9,061,000

    1983

    81 909,000 17,461,000

    1984

    62 376,000 8,499,000

    1985

    54 324,000 7,079,000

    1986

    69 533,000 11,861,000

    1987

    46 174,000 4,481,000

    1988

    40 118,000 4,381,000

    1989

    51 452,000 16,996,000

    1990

    44 185,000 5,926,000

    1991

    40 392,000 4,584,000

    1992

    35 364,000 3,989,000

    1993

    35 182,000 3,981,000

    1994

    45 322,000 5,021,000

    1995

    31 192,000 5,771,000

    1996

    37 273,000 4,889,000

    1997

    29 339,000 4,497,000

    1998

    34 387,000 5,116,000

    1999

    17 73,000 1,996,000

    2000

    39 394,000 20,419,000

    2001

    29 99,000 1,151,000

    2002

    19 46,000 659,600

    2003

    14 129,200 4,091,200

    2004

    17 170,700 3,344,100

    2005

    22 99,600 1,736,100

    2006

    20 70,100 2,687,500

    2007

    21 189,200 1,264,800

    2008

    15 72,200 1,954,100

    2009

    5 12,500 124,100

    2010

    11 44,500 302,300

    2011

    19 112,500 1,020,200

    2012

    19 148,100 1,130,800

    2013

    15 54,500 289,900

    2014

    11 34,300 200,200

    2015

    12 47,300 740,000

    2016

    15 99,400 1,543,400

    2017

    7 25,300 439,800

    2018

    20 485,200 2,815,400

    2019

    25 425,500 3,244,300

    There were 425,500 workers involved in major work stoppages that began in 2019. More than three-fifths of idled workers (270,000) were in the educational services industry, which had 13 work stoppages. The average number of workers involved in work stoppages between 2010 and 2019 was 147,660; the largest number of workers involved was 485,200 in 2018.

    In 2019 the largest stoppage by lost workdays was the dispute between General Motors (GM) and the United Automobile Workers, which involved 46,000 workers. The work stoppage began on September 16, 2019, and spanned for 29 working days. It resulted in a loss of 1,334,000 work days. Since 1993, there have been 22 work stoppages involving GM. The GM dispute beginning in 2019 was the fifth largest in terms of number of workers involved and second largest in terms of lost workdays. The largest GM stoppage occurred in 1998 and involved 152,200 workers and over 3 million work days lost.

    These data are from the Work Stoppages program. To learn more, see “Major Work Stoppages in 2019.” Major work stoppages include both worker-initiated strikes and employer-initiated lockouts that involve 1,000 or more workers and last at least one shift. Days idle are calculated by multiplying the number of workers involved in the strike or lockout by the number of days workers are off the job, based on a 5-day workweek excluding federal holidays.

    SUGGESTED CITATION

    Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, The Economics Daily, 25 major work stoppages in 2019 involving 425,500 workers on the Internet at http://www.digitalmonojit.com/opub/ted/2020/25-major-work-stoppages-in-2019-involving-425500-workers.htm (visited February 29, 2020).

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