Labor Day

Labor Day is celebrated in the United States of America during the first Monday each September. You’re invited to read the article below, as well as read along with the video here in order to improve your English comprehension skills. Don’t forget to share what you’ve learned via the comments section below.

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2 thoughts on “Labor Day

  1. Hello teacher, how are you? I live in Bangladesh. It’s my homeland.The labor day is international
    worker’s solidarity day. From the beginning of our independence, we celebrated labor day. But we don’t celebrate it first Monday each September like your country America or Canada. We celebrated it 1 May every year. This is our Public holiday and almost 80 countries across the world celebrated public holiday on that day. It is a day off for general population. Educational institutions, government offices and most of businesses are closed.President and Prime Minister have issued separate messages greetings the labors and wishing their overall welfare. Government, different trade unions organised celebrate programs including discussion, rallies, processions and cultural activities. News papers, magazines, radio and TV channels have taken special programs highlighting. Thanks a lot.

  2. Greetings Maestro Sersea
    It’s an interesting part to the history, the labor day is celebrated in the United States the first Monday on September, the story behind of Peter McGuire describe perfectly that in those days, there’s had not concept of worker rights, they worked on dismal condition, for long hours, twelve to fourteen hours, sicks,for fears to lost theirs jobs. Here in Honduras we celebrated it, on May first is The International day of labor and the workers go out to street with banners usually with reviews against the actual government and many politicians work in union with them. Because of the pandemic this activity was banned on May first 2020 by the curfew.
    Thank you best regards.

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