Why we Celebrate Labor Day?
What comes to your mind when you think of Labor Day? Picnics, barbecues. time off from work, camping, a trip out of town? Like many other holidays, Americans enjoy the day off from work but have lost sight of what it was originally created to celebrate.
Labor Day was created and intended to be an annual national tribute honoring the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of the country.
How we Celebrate Labor Day Today
While many still turn out to hear Labor Day speeches and attend parades, the purpose of the holiday has fallen away and instead is usually viewed as the last hurrah of summer. Still, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. In a nation of people who work more hours and take less vacation than other western nations, having one last summer party is greatly needed.
Today, Labor Day may not be a day in which people actively celebrate and honor workers, but it does give working people a much-needed respite, which is equally important.
What’s important is that, as an American worker, it’s important to take time off and have a healthy work-life balance.
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