Labor Day 2019, 2020 and furtherView below the dates for (among others) Labor Day 2019 and Labor Day 2020.
You can also see on which day the holiday falls and how many days it is until this holiday.
|September 2, 2019||Labor Day 2019||Monday|
|September 7, 2020||Labor Day 2020||Monday|
|September 6, 2021||Labor Day 2021||Monday|
|September 5, 2022||Labor Day 2022||Monday|
|September 4, 2023||Labor Day 2023||Monday|
|September 2, 2024||Labor Day 2024||Monday|
|September 1, 2025||Labor Day 2025||Monday|
|September 7, 2026||Labor Day 2026||Monday|
|September 6, 2027||Labor Day 2027||Monday|
|September 4, 2028||Labor Day 2028||Monday|
|September 3, 2029||Labor Day 2029||Monday|
Significance of Labor Day 2019Labor Day 2019, also known as Labour Day, is a federal holiday observed annually on the first Monday of September. Originally it was a day organized to celebrate various labor associations' strengths and their contributions to the United States economy and presently it is a day that gives workers a day of rest and celebrates their contribution to the American economy. It is the Monday of the long weekend known as Labor Day 2019 Weekend and it is considered the unofficial end of summer.
History of Labor DayThe history of Labor Day 2019, in the United States and Canada, dates back to late 19th century when the trade union and labor movements grew enormously and resultantly a variety of days were chosen by trade unionists as a day to celebrate labor. The holiday was first proposed in the 1880s by Matthew Maguire, a machinist, while serving as secretary of the Central Labor Union of New York in 1882.
It is argued that it was first proposed by Peter J. McGuire of the American Federation of Labor in May 1882, after witnessing the annual labour festival held in Toronto, Canada. Oregon was the first state of the United States to make it an official public holiday in 1887. In June 1894, during the Pullman Strike, which resulted in the deaths of workers at the hands of United States Army and United States Marshals Service, United States Congress unanimously voted to approve legislation to make Labor Day a national holiday and President Grover Cleveland signed it into law six days after the end of the strike.
Traditions of Labor DayTraditionally, Labor Day 2019 was marked with a street parade to demonstration to the public the strength and hardworking spirit of trade and labor organizations, this parade was followed by a festival for the workers and their families. Later, this became the pattern for Labor Day celebrations. Speeches by prominent men and women were introduced later, as more emphasis was placed upon the civil significance of the holiday.
Presently, Labor Day 2019 is a day of rest or the last chance for many workers to go on trips before the summer ends. For many students, it is marks one of the last few days before school starts again. In some neighbourhoods, people organize fireworks displays, barbecues and public arts or sports events (with the football season starting on or around Labor Day and many teams playing their first game of the year during Labor Day weekend).