Labor Day, a federal holiday in the United States, is celebrated every year on the first Monday of September.

This year, the Labor Day in US will be observed on 4 September 2023.

The day is dedicated to pay tribute and honor to the American laborers or workers for their social and economic achievements.

The first U.S. Labor Day was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City,

organized by the Central Labor Union.

Around 10,000 workers marched from City Hall to Wendel’s Elm Park, marking the day with a concert, speeches, and a picnic.

Labor Day is known as the 'unofficial NFL season kickoff,' as the NFL typically plays its first official season game on the Thursday after Labor Day, 99.44 percent of the time.

On Labor Day in 1955, the first Waffle House opened its doors in Avondale Estates, GA.

Labor Day celebrates the contributions and achievements of the 155 million men and women who make up the U.S. workforce.

On June 28, 1894, Congress passed an act designating the first Monday in September of each year as a legal holiday in the District of Columbia and the U.S. territories.

Labor Day parades and celebrations have been a tradition since the late 19th century, symbolizing the strength and solidarity of labor unions.

In addition to marking the end of summer, Labor Day is often associated with barbecues, picnics, and various outdoor activities enjoyed with family and friends.

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