We Have Been Doing Labor Day Wrong for 135 Years

Laborers working a construction site
Photo by Felix Zhao on Unsplash

Every year since the late 1800s, Americans have been taking the first Monday of September off. At least, most Americans take off. It has come to signify the end of Summer. It used to indicate the end of summer vacation and the start of the school year. It’s time for that last back yard barbecue or a trip to the pool.

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