Labor Day is celebrated in the U.S. on the first Monday of September. Originally, it started as a day to honor the American labor movement. The movement spread in the 1930s when workers fought to pass laws to protect themselves and their rights in the workplace. However, nowadays, most Americans think of Labor Day as the unofficial “end of summer.” This is because right after Labor Day weekend, most swimming pools close and school programs start.
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1. What do most Americans think of Labor Day today?