Quiz: Labor Day Quizzes August 25th 2020August 26th 2020admin Monday September 7th 2020 is Labor Day, a Federal Holiday in the U.S. For the last 125 years, America has observed this slightly peculiar holiday in which we celebrate the efforts of workers… by taking the day off. Though as it is an important day for retail, about a quarter of all American workers will actually work harder than normal today! To find out how much you know about Labor Day, try our short quiz. If you want to brush up on your knowledge of Labor Day beforehand, make sure to read our article on Labor Day and don't forget to check out the facts about Labor Day or watch the video. In what year did Labor Day become a U.S. national holiday? 1863 1884 1894 1904 What was the name of the character who symbolized the working women of World War II in the famous "We Can Do It!" campaign? Jane the Joiner Patti the Plumber Rosie the Riveter Wanda the Welder In which city did the first American celebration of Labor Day occur? Boston Chicago New York Pittsburgh Which was the first U.S. state to make Labor Day a holiday? New York Ohio Oklahoma Oregon In which month do most other countries celebrate International Worker's Day? April May July October Which one of the following does not celebrate Labor day? American Samoa Guam Puerto Rico Tonga Canada also celebrates Labour Day on the same day as the United States. But which country can claim to have celebrated the day first? Canada United States According to tradition, which color should you stop wearing on Labor Day? White Black Turquoise Magenta What is the next Federal Holiday after Labor Day? Thanksgiving Columbus Day Memorial Day Veterans' Day Time is Up!