For many Americans, labor day marks the end of summer, and Americans enjoy the last long weekend as the summer comes to an end. But this day is also a well deserved rest day for workers across the country. Labor Day is the first Monday of September in the United States. Labor Day is a national holiday commemorating the social and economic achievements of American workers. < / P > < p > although dozens of states have celebrated it, it became a formal federal holiday after the deadly Pullman strike in 1894. The Pullman strike set railroad workers against the railroad companies and the U.S. government. Google doodle on Monday paid tribute to a wide range of workers, from doctors, cooks and painters to farmers and ordinary office workers. < / P > < p > in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, doodle’s Google doodle this year is particularly striking. At that time, many workers, considered essential, stayed at work to help those infected and help maintain order, while many of us isolated ourselves globally to eliminate the spread of the virus. Earlier this year, Google honored these heroes with a series of thank-you graffiti for their dedication. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today