Category: Labor Day

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Labor Day 2013

In the United States, the first Monday each September is set aside to honor the contribution that working people have made to America’s progress and prosperity. There really hasn’t been much to

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Labor Day 2012

Labor Day in the U.S. marks the unofficial end of summer. For the past few years, the holiday hasn’t been as much about celebrating the contributions of working men and women as

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Labor Day 2011

I would have liked to have titled this post “Happy Labor Day”; but, with an unemployment rate hovering over 9 percent and few prospects of it diminishing in the near term, I

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Labor Day in the U.S.

This is the second Labor Day holiday in a row where many workers have little to celebrate. The unemployment rate in the United States still lingers above 9 percent, with some states

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Labor Day in America 2009

With unemployment rates pushing double digits in some American states, this Labor Day is not as happy as it could be. The day was set aside to honor those who labor to

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Happy Labor Day

Today America celebrates Labor Day. A day set aside to honor the hardworking people that fuel the U.S. economy. The holiday can be traced back to the beginnings of the industrial revolution,

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