When was the first Labour Day celebrated?

A. May 1, 1882
B. September 5, 1882
C. May 1, 1982
D. September 5, 1982

Show Answer
B. September 5, 1882

Explanation: The first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City. This day was celebrated in honor of the labour movements in USA and Canada. Today, USA and Canada celebrate Labor Day on the first Monday of September every year. While International Worker’s Day or May Day or Labour Day is celebrated on the 1st of May every year. This practice, which was started by the United Nations has been followed by more than 80 countries.

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