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Taking Care of Business

Labor Day is a day when most American workers have a day off and spend it being thankful that we have a job, if we have one. 629 more words

Overworked and underworked in the USA

A Gallup poll shows that half of all American full-time workers put in more than 40 hours a week, which once was considered the standard work week. 211 more words


Happy Labor Day

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Labor Day is broadly thought to be the official “end of summer” as most schools, universities and colleges resume the school year following Labor Day holiday. 416 more words

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Happy Labor Day New York

According to theĀ U.S. Department of Labor “Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. 27 more words

A Day In The City

Labor Day stems from deadly labor strike, but few Americans know the history

A labor movement in Chicago in 1894 left 30 Pullman workers dead, and later spurred Congress and President Grover Cleveland to pass a bill creating Labor Day. 1,275 more words


Taking Time Off Work Adds Years To Your Life

Children are heading back to school and summer’s final hurrah in the U.S., Labor Day, is once again upon us. With that in mind, my question for you is: did you take time off this summer? 502 more words

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Americans Are Too Afraid And Stressed To Take Days Off From Work

American workers are too scared to go on vacation. About 40 percent of us don’t plan on using all of our paid time off this year, according to a new survey released Tuesday by the U.S. 812 more words