The United States observes Labor Day on the first Monday of every September. Monday marks the 118th celebration of the federal holiday, but its roots actually date back to Sept. 5, 1882, when the Central Labor Union held a parade and festival in New York City. The holiday eventually spread throughout the states until becoming a national observance in 1894.
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