Labor Day, in the United States of America, is an annual holiday to honor workers and recognize their contributions to society. Always held on the first Monday in September, Labor Day originates from the labor union movement when American workers organized a series of demonstrations demanding an eight-hour workday. Until this point, the average working day consisted of 12 hours. Over the years, basically, as the influence of unions decreased, the significance of Labor Day changed. For many people, it became the end-of-summer celebration and a long weekend for family to spend time together.
We celebrate🎇 labor by skipping work: way to go, huh🤨? But it actually makes sense. If you don’t have plans for the long weekend yet, we prepared some ideas for you❤️🛒.