September 4, 2023
When is Labor Day 2023?
According to the official federal holiday calendar, the Labor Day 2023 date will be happily celebrated on Monday, September 4th (9/4/2023).
But do You Really Know the Meaning of this Special Date?
By far the best prize life has to offer is the chance to work hard at worthwhile work.
Traditionally this holiday honors the American labor movement, its contributions and achievements of the American worker.
In its early days, parades were organized to celebrate the strengths of various labor associations that defended workers and prevented their rights from being violated by their employers.
It is currently a day that gives workers a day of rest and celebrates their contributions to the US economy.
Ironically, work is a professional activity that workers least value when they are doing it.
When we have a job, we are always complaining about everything and we give excessive value to banalities that add nothing to our professional life.
The effort and hard work we constantly try to avoid is the main foundation of the person we are today.
Only those who are unemployed appreciate work and understand what really matters for their professional lives.
It doesn't matter your political orientation or social status: when we are unemployed, work seems to be the greatest and most anticipated opportunity of all.
Work dignifies the human being in addition to guaranteeing our daily bread and much more.
Whatever your life's work, do it well and never fail to celebrate your work!
4 Key Facts To Know!
1. Holiday Name(s): Labor Day, May Day, Workers' Day.
2. Holiday Type: Unofficial Holiday, Public Holiday, federal Holiday.
3. When is the Holiday: First Monday in September every year.
4. When is Labor Day Weekend 2023: Saturday and Sunday before the first Monday in September 2023.
How Was Labor Day Created?
This festive day was created in 1882 by Peter J. Maguire, a modest American union leader and founder of the New York City Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners.
Maguire proposed a party in honor of the country's workers and established that date would fall “nearly midway between the Fourth of July and Thanksgiving” that “would publicly show the strength and esprit de corps of the trade and labor organizations.”
Maguire's idea came true and the first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City.
Lady Kronos Tips: you can learn more about the history of this special day by studying this this Wikipedia topic and reading this Encyclopedia Britannica article.
Labor Day 2023 Date
Why Does the Date of Labor Day Change Every Year?
This happens due to the fact that Labor Day is not a fixed date and the official date of its celebration tends to vary each year.
This special day became a US federal holiday celebrated on the first Monday in September annually.
Canada, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Channel Zone and the Virgin Islands also celebrate this festive day on the Monday of September each year.
Most countries in the world celebrate this holiday as International Workers' Day, also called Labor Day or May Day, on May 1st of each year.
In European countries, China and other parts of the world, May Day is an international holiday to celebrate workers and trade unions.
In the United States, Memorial Day weekend kicks off the summer season and with Labor Day weekend the summer season ends.
Rest assured and avoid wasting time doing tedious calculations, you can easily find the past and future dates of this holiday in the following table:
|Labor Day Dates|
|2021 Labor Day||Monday, September 6, 2021|
|2022 Labor Day||Monday, September 5, 2022|
|2023 Labor Day||Monday, September 4, 2023|
|2024 Labor Day||Monday, September 2, 2024|
|2025 Labor Day||Monday, September 1, 2025|
|2026 Labor Day||Monday, September 7, 2026|
|2027 Labor Day||Monday, September 6, 2027|
In 2023, the commemoration of this festive day will be observed exactly on the week 36, on Monday, September 4th (this date is the 247th day of the year).
Labor Day has been recognized as a federal holiday by the United States government since 1894.
During the holiday, government offices, organizations, schools, banks, shops, restaurants and most businesses remain closed.
Public transport systems do not operate on their regular schedules, we recommend that you check the new timetables with local authorities before traveling this holiday.
Where large public celebrations have been held, traffic may be stopped by the clearing operation.
Lady Kronos Tips: access the online countdown in our Time Calculator app and easily follow how many days until Labor Day in real time.
Restaurants Open on Labor Day 2023
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Celebrating Labor Day 2023
Whether you celebrate this festive day with family, friends or quietly at home, we recommend that you slow down a bit and take some time to reflect deeply.
Try to remember only the good times of past celebrations and how much they mean to you and the people you love (even when some important people are gone and missed forever).
It's never too late to go back to celebrating days like this with those who care about you, understand that life is a breath and it goes by too fast.
How about living each moment intensely and breaking the ice by sharing this article with your friends and family to invite them to celebrate this special day together?
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