Labor Day is an annual federal holiday in the U.S. celebrating workers and what they do for the state of the nation. With the unemployment rate high the 2012 celebration is set to be a little muted.
Labor Day was conceived in 1882 and has been a national holiday since 1894. Parades and festivals are the order of the day, and the date also marks the end of summer.
This video shows several well-known and successful authors discussing the careers they had before they made the switch to being writers. All experienced hard work before pursuing their current path.
The job market isn’t exactly pretty in the United States right now, but then the same can be said for most countries. Still, it’s an important tradition to commemorate workers on this day.
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