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By Jardroddy | Last updated: Aug 22, 2019
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Labor Day is celebrated in the United States of America to appreciate the workers for their hard work and devotion towards the country. This day is celebrated on the first Monday in September and regarded as a federal holiday. How much do you know about Labor Day? Take this quiz to learn interesting facts about Labour Day. All the best!
Questions and Answers
Which date was the first Labor Day?
Sept. 1 1882
Sept. 5 1882
Sept. 3 1882
Sept. 4 1886
On which day does Labor day always fall on?
Who is the founder of Labor Day?
Peter J. McGuire & Matthew Maguire
Jesse Von Weimer & Matthew Maguire
President Grover Cleveland & Leslie Smith
President Grover Cleveland & Peter J. McGuire
Where did Labor Day originate?
Which state had the first Labor Day law passed on Feb. 21, 1887?
How many workers are self-employed?
What is the percentage of workers 16 and older who work over 40 hours?
Which state has the lowest percentage of labor union members?
North Carolina with 3%
New York with 3%
North Carolina with 5%
New York with 5%
What is the percentage of workers that drive alone to work every day?
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