Happy Labor Day!

Labor Day Parade, Union Square, New York, 1882

Labor Day Parade, Union Square, New York, 1882

September 2, 2013 marks the 120th federal Labor Day! Break out the barbecues and celebrate!

 

In America we pay tribute to American Workers on the first Monday in September although in more than 80 countries May Day (first of May) is the day to honor workers. In the U.S. the holiday was initiated by the New York Central Labor Union and first celebrated in New York City in 1882. In 1894 Congress passed an act declaring the first Monday in September Labor Day and a legal federal holiday.

 

Barbecue this weekend!

Barbecue this weekend!

Originally Labor Day was celebrated with a street parade and orations to glorify the power and spirit of the American laborer and trade organizations. The holiday has evolved but continues to encompass a celebration of the history and spirit of the U.S. economy and political ideals.

 

This holiday also marks the end of summer and the beginning of school. It’s the last hurrah for camping, barbecuing, and enjoying the fantastic weather over a nice long weekend. Sorry kids, it’s time to go back (pschew)!

 

Career Search

Career Search

Labor Day also signals the beginning of the fall or fourth quarter hiring season. There’s the obvious retail full court press in Q4, and there is end-of-year financial and budget maneuvering. And while December can be slow due to vacations and distractions, the final months of the year are critical to many sector’s strategic plan for the new year.

 

So if you are considering a new career, relax and enjoy this Labor Day. Then get your resume ready and your search in gear. Contact Redfish Technology – Nationwide Recruiters – if you are a highly skilled and accomplished professional looking for lead and managerial roles in high tech and clean tech.

 

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