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LABOR DAY HAS A DIFFERENT MEANING THIS YEAR TO MANY AMERICANS 2020

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LABOR DAY HAS A DIFFERENT MEANING THIS YEAR TO MANY AMERICANS 2020
Labor Day has a different meaning for us this year – Mrs. J is getting promoted to Mama J in the spring!! #babyj ❤️👶🏻🍼


@TIkSuperstation i love the night racing! Plus my driver is on the pole. And i work at 10am monday
@kchamber2121 Looks like “Labor Day” has a different meaning for you this year – but at least there’ll be no 4:30 AM wakeup!
Tomorrow is Labor Day here and I’ll start the day at the Labor and Delivery ward, so Labor Day has a different meaning to me this year. 🙂


This year Labor Day has taken a lot of different meanings for everyone, but we all share the hard work and the willingness to keep moving forward.
Thank you to our wonderful MCOHA team, and all the hardworking… https://instagram.com/p/CE1p_PSj0b6/?igshid=173vjypjc4anv


Happy Labor Day! Our country is doing better than ever before with unemployment setting record lows. The U.S. has tremendous upside potential as we go about fixing some of the worst Trade Deals ever made by any country in the world. Big progress being made!

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No human masterpiece has been created without great labor. #charupapers #LabourDay2020

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🇨🇦🚨🇺🇸HAPPY LABOUR DAY🇺🇸🚨🇨🇦 Unfortunately, the weather wasn’t cooperative for many of us in Alberta this weekend, between the wind and cooler temps, and today’s weird cold rain (anywhere from a mild shower to sudden downpours) including hail, there have been better long weekends. Hopefully, wherever you are you enjoyed whether you weather was as bad, worse (hopefully not) or better. The last HUUUIRRRRAH of the Summer. #longweekends #labourday2020 #UplifitZyia #LightZyia #ActivityZyia #wardrobebuilding #qootd #zyiaforwomen #crushit #zyiaforthewin #goforit #rearview #4waystretch #ditchthefunk #workout #workoutwear #getyoursweaton #comfy #ditchthefunk #zyia #zyiaactive #zyiaactivewear #zyiarep #zyiafamily #zyiacanada #zyiaactivecanada #zyiacanadarep #zyiaindependentrep #zyiacanadaindependentrep #wegotyoucovered #wegotyourback For my Canadian 🇨🇦 friends here is your shopping links: http://www.mycanadazyia.com/C1981/shop/catalog.aspx?eventId=E55508&from=DIRECTLINK And, for my US 🇺🇸 friends here is your link: http://www.myzyia.com/C1981/

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We are all in this together! Happy Labour Day! We appreciate all of our workers. #is242 #incredibleservices242 #shopshiprelax #labourday2020

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According to Wikipedia, “Labor Day is a federal holiday in the United States celebrated on the first Monday in September to honor and recognize the American labor movement and the works and contributions of laborers to the development and achievements of the United States. It is the Monday of the long weekend known as Labor Day Weekend. Canada’s Labor Day is also celebrated on the first Monday of September.” With Labor Day weekend beginning for both the United States and Canada at the conclusion of work today, this year’s celebration has a completely different tone and implication. With the global pandemic causing over 30 million Americans initially losing their employment, and the unemployment rate doubling to nearly 14% in Canada (between February and April). The meaning of this holiday has shifted from celebration to either thankfulness to be gainfully employed, and empathy for those that have themselves or know loved ones that have lost their jobs. Not since the Great Depression have North Americans faced such a dramatic economic crisis. The unemployment rate in the United States has averaged approximately 5.76% from 1948 until 2020 until it reached an all-time high of 14.70% in April. The lowest rate during this time was 2.5% in May 1953. Today the U.S. Labor Department released its jobs report which indicated that the U.S. unemployment rate fell to 8.4% in August. This marks the fourth consecutive month of declines, but the employment expansion is slowing. Last month the United States added 1.4 million jobs which were 300,000 less than the previous month. However, even with the recent improvement, there is a large caveat and warning issued by economists. According to Politico, “Economists warn the labor market may well have grown weaker since the report was conducted, however. Many expect further layoffs through the fall especially if Congress fails to pass further stimulus relief, as an expected drop in consumer spending, the expiration of a small business relief program, and other factors could spur a wave of business closures across the country.” There is also another side effect to the global pandemic, for some, it equates to permanent loss of jobs. Given that nearly 30 million Americans have lost their occupation during this pandemic, for some their fate is even direr. Their jobs are going away forever. It is estimated that 2.9 million jobs initially earmarked for temporary layoffs have become permanent cuts. Betsey Stevenson, a former chief economist at the Labor Department and a member of the Council of economic advisers during the Obama administration said, “This recession has been really confused because what we had was really a suppression where we told everybody to stay home — and that wasn’t really job loss. The real question is, when you end the suppression, how many jobs are left? And boy, it sure looks like we lost a whole lot of jobs.” The net result of the global pandemic has changed the meaning of the Labor Day holiday. For those fortunate enough to still be gainfully employed any celebration must contain an enormous amount of empathy and sympathy for those individuals less fortunate. Because this holiday weekend will most certainly have a sobering and somber aspect for those individuals who are still unable to find employment. One suggestion might be that those of us who are fortunate enough to still be gainfully employed perform one act of random kindness to those less fortunate than us. Wishing you as always good trading and good health,

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ROCHESTER, Minn. – Many of you may be enjoying Labor Day off, knowing you don’t have to work. However, the holiday this year could mean something different to those who are unemployed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Med City is full of hard workers, but it’s also a city that was hit hard in the last few months. Right now, the national unemployment rate stands at 8.4%. That’s according to the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. In Rochester, it’s a similar story with an unemployment rate between 8% and 10%, which is 4 times what it normally is. The President of the Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce, Kathleen Harrington, said this Labor Day will mean something different to many of us, but that we are moving in the right direction. ”The message of safety and hope I think is what we should be taking for this Labor Day,” explained Harrington. ”Let’s celebrate work. Let’s work together to make sure everyone can find a job so that more and more of the economy opens up and take advantage of the resources that are there to help find those jobs.”Harrington doesn’t expect the economy to fully reopen anytime soon, but there are jobs available for a wide spectrum of careers. ”Obviously, essential workers are in demand. Mayo Clinic is hiring nurses, surgical techs, people with high skills can find jobs,” explained Harrington. ”But there are also many jobs in the manufacturing sector that are part of the supply chain for construction and jobs in IT.”There are over a thousand jobs in the city that are posted online at Hub source. Harrington said reaching out to the business, Express Employment Professionals is also a good resource.