Labor Day in USA is celebrated on the first Monday of September.
What do People do on Labor Day in USA
Labor Day in USA has been a federal holiday since 1894. The main purpose of this day is to honor all the people who are working for the nation. In many places, people organize parades of working people who represent the labor unions.
In America, Labor Day marks the end of summer. People go to beaches and resorts to spend their day and relax. While for students, Labor Day is when the schools open for the year.
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