U.S. Citizenship Resources for Labor Day

Labor Day is a federal holiday in the United States honors the American labor movement and the works, rights, and responsibilities of laborers to the development and achievements of the United States.  

AFL-CIO: Key Events in Labor History

American English at State: Labor Day

Career One Stop: website | videos

COABE: Behind Every Employer website | podcast | video playlist

Library of Congress: Today in History: The First Labor Day

LINCS: Career Pathways and Postsecondary Transitions PD Guide (pdf)

LINCS: Enhancing Access for Refugees and New Americans (EARN)

LINCS: Teaching Skills that Matter Workforce Preparation

National Archives: Labor Day

National Museum of American History: American Enterprise: Labor Unions

NPS: Histories of work and working peoples

NPS: Labor History in the United States (pdf) 

Robert Reich: Why Unions Matter to You (video)

Smithsonian: Labor Day

TED-ED: Why do Americans and Canadians celebrate Labor Day? -Kenneth C. Davis (video)

USA.gov: Jobs, labor laws, and unemployment

USCIS: Labor Day

US Department of Labor: The History of Labor Day | The History of Labor Day (video) 

US Department of Labor: Summary of Major Labor Laws

VCU Social History Project: Labor History Timeline: 1607 – 1999

VOA News: US Honors Its Workers on Labor Day Holiday (2023)

VOX: The fall (and rise?) of unions in the US (video)

We Speak NYC: Rolando's Rights

Also see: LINCS Discussion : Celebrating Immigrants on Labor Day