Labor Day 2018

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When is Labor Day in 2018?Labor Day 2018

Labor Day in 2018
Monday, September 3, 2018

When is Labor Day in 2019?

Labor Day in 2019
Monday, September 2, 2019

Why we celebrate Labor Day?

Labor Day in Canada and in the US is celebrated on the first Monday of September. This day is considered the unofficial end of the summer. It is known that more than 80 countries celebrate International Labor Day on first of May.

The holiday is dedicated to the achievements of workers. The working day is regulated by the trade union and it must consist of 8 hours of work. In many countries of the world, Labor Day is synonymous with or linked to the International Workers’ Day, which is celebrated on first of May. In other countries, Labor Day is celebrated on a different day, and is of particular importance to the labor movement in this country.

Labor Day is a public holiday in many countries. Labor Day, also known as the May Day, is the annual national holiday of Ukraine and some other CIS countries. In the former Soviet Union, workers and students attended parades, bringing flowers, balloons and posters.

What Do People Do?

Labor Day is a day off for many workers. On this day it is customary to enjoy warm weather, to walk, to go on a picnic.

How to Celebrate Labor Day?

Labor Day is a national holiday. On this day, many shops, museums and libraries, state and educational institutions are closed.

Labor Day Observances

List of dates for other years

WeekdayDateYearNameType
MonSep 32018Labor DayFederal Holiday
MonSep 22019Labor DayFederal Holiday
MonSep 72020Labor DayFederal Holiday
MonSep 62021Labor DayFederal Holiday
MonSep 52022Labor DayFederal Holiday
MonSep 42023Labor DayFederal Holiday
MonSep 22024Labor DayFederal Holiday
MonSep 12025Labor DayFederal Holiday

Labor Day Video

Labor Day Cards

List of Common Holidays in 2018

NameDateWeekdayHoliday Type
New Year’s DayJanuary 1TuesdayHolidays /National
Martin Luther King DayJanuary 21MondayHolidays /National
Belly Laugh DayJanuary 24ThursdayHolidays
Groundhog DayFebruary 2SaturdayHolidays
Lincoln’s BirthdayFebruary 12TuesdayHolidays /National
Valentine’s DayFebruary 14ThursdayHolidays
Presidents Day and Washington’s BirthdayFebruary 18MondayHolidays /National
Mardi Gras CarnivalMarch 5TuesdayHolidays
Daylight SavingMarch 10SundayHolidays
St. Patrick’s DayMarch 17SundayHolidays
April Fool’s DayApril 1MondayHolidays
Good FridayApril 19FridayHolidays
EasterApril 21SundayHolidays
Easter MondayApril 22MondayHolidays
Earth DayApril 22MondayHolidays
Cinco de MayoMay 5SundayHolidays
Mother’s DayMay 12SundayHolidays /National
Armed Forces DayMay 18SaturdayHolidays
Memorial DayMay 27MondayHolidays /National
PentecostJune 9SundayHolidays
Pentecost MondayJune 10MondayHolidays
Flag DayJune 14FridayHolidays /National
Father’s DayJune 16SundayHolidays /National
Independence DayJuly 4ThursdayHolidays /National
Parents’ DayJuly 28SundayHolidays
Labor DaySeptember 2MondayHolidays /National
Grandparents’ DaySeptember 8SundayHolidays
Patriot Day or September 11thSeptember 11WednesdayHolidays
Stepfamily DaySeptember 16MondayHolidays
Citizenship DaySeptember 17TuesdayHolidays
Native American DaySeptember 27FridayHolidays
Columb DayOctober 14MondayHolidays /National
Boss’s DayOctober 16WednesdayHolidays
Sweetest DayOctober 19SaturdayHolidays
HalloweenOctober 31ThursdayHolidays
Daylight SavingNovember 3SundayHolidays
Veterans’ DayNovember 11MondayHolidays /National
ThanksgivingNovember 28ThursdayHolidays /National
Black FridayNovember 29FridayHolidays
Cyber MondayDecember 2MondayHolidays
Pearl Harbor Remembrance DayDecember 7SaturdayHolidays
Christmas DayDecember 25WednesdayHolidays /National
New Year’s EveDecember 31TuesdayHolidays