Labor Day

Labor Day,

Definition of Labor Day:

  1. Federal holiday observed in the United States on the first Monday in September. The holiday was created in 1882 to give working individuals a guaranteed day off. Despite the holiday being established for a day of rest, most retailers still operate as normal and offer in-store specials. Parades, cookouts, and shopping are a common occurrence on this holiday.

  2. A public holiday or day of festivities held in honor of working people, in the US and Canada on the first Monday in September, in many other countries on May 1.

How to use Labor Day in a sentence?

  1. Point out that some people have to work on Labor Day and some dont.
  2. My entire family always used to go camping in Cape Cod for Labor Day weekend because my father did not have to work on Monday.
  3. Since so many stores were having big Labor Day sales, we decided to leave work early and spend the afternoon shopping.
  4. He was supposed to be off of work on Labor Day , but his boss called him and told him he needed him to come into the office.

Meaning of Labor Day & Labor Day Definition