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About Labour Day
Legacy of Soviet era is Labor Day. From the Labour union movement Labor Day is resulted, to celebrate the achievements of Labour. It is also known as May Day and International Workers' Day. Most of the countries celebrate May Day on May 1st.some countries will celebrate on Monday of September. Labor Day is celebrated on origins of eight hors and which advocated eight hours for work, eight hours for recreation and eight hours for rest. In US labor is observed on first Monday in September. Labour Day, also known as Eight Hours Day in Tasmania and May Day in the Northern Territory, remembrance of Granting eight-hour working day for Australians. It also recognizes workers’ contributions towards the nation’s economy. It is national holiday and dates various from states and territories. May Day observed in Western Australia on the first Monday in March, and on the second Monday in March in Victoria and Tasmania. It is celebrated in the Northern Territory and Queensland on the first Monday in May. . It is held on te first Monday of October in the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales and South Australia. During this holiday every thing will be closed.
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