In the United States, Labor Day is celebrated on the first Monday of September each year. Labor Day was designated a federal holiday in 1894.
That said, the recognition of American workers each year is nothing new. Celebrating American workers is important because they are the lifeblood of the country.
But, there is one problem. In the United States, there is an unwritten expectation that if someone is of a certain age group, a person must be working for a paycheck.Read more on themighty.com