Labor Day is the unofficial mark of the end of summer. Labor Day weekend is filled with barbecues, parades and family get-togethers. Labor Day always falls on the first Monday in September, and many people have that day off work.
But Labor Day is not just another holiday with a day off work. Long before Labor Day 2015, citizens of this country fought to make getting a job based on an individual’s qualifications; not their race, their gender or their sexual orientation. The video below reminds us of that.
The struggle for work equality is not finished. In today’s society in many jobs, women get paid 30% less than men for the exact same job, simply based on gender. I’ve been using some incredible educational information based on building an online business I’d like to share with you. Its success is not based upon anything but hard work. Take a look at it and see for yourself.