Labor Day is observed on the first Monday of September. The achievements and contributions of the American worker are celebrated on Labor Day. In 1894, Labor Day became a federal holiday after the labor movement began to recognize the American worker. Labor Day is recognized by many Americans as the unofficial end to summer and its activities. Americans celebrate Labor Day with parades, picnics, parties, shopping, and athletic events.
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