Unions can affect the wage and employment of nonunion sectors in various ways. Discuss the wages and employments for union sector and nonunion sector with the following situations.

 Union wage rate is higher than an ordinary market equilibrium wage rate. And labours
who fail to get a position in the union sector will move to nonunion sector.
 Union wage rate is higher than an ordinary market equilibrium wage rate. And labours who fail to get a position in the union sector will stay on the union sector to find a job
since union wage is higher than the rate of nonunion sector.
 Union wage rate is higher than an ordinary market equilibrium wage rate. And labours
 nions can affect the wage and employment of nonunion sectors in various ways. Discuss the wages and employments for union sector and nonunion sector with the following situations.
 Union wage rate is higher than an ordinary market equilibrium wage rate. And labours
who fail to get a position in the union sector will move to nonunion sector.
 Union wage rate is higher than an ordinary market equilibrium wage rate. And labours who fail to get a position in the union sector will stay on the union sector to find a job
since union wage is higher than the rate of nonunion sector.
 Union wage rate is higher than an ordinary market equilibrium wage rate. And labours
who fail to get a position in the union sector will move to the nonunion sector. The nonunion sector has two groups. Group one is able to organize unions and threatens to organize unions if wages are not increased. Group Two is not able to organize unions.
 Union wage rate is higher than an ordinary market equilibrium wage rate. And labours
 nions can affect the wage and employment of nonunion sectors in various ways. Discuss the wages and employments for union sector and nonunion sector with the following situations.
 Union wage rate is higher than an ordinary market equilibrium wage rate. And labours