Labor Day 2021, by the Numbers | The Numbers Racket
Once known as the “workingmen’s (and women’s) holiday,” Labor Day, celebrated on the first Monday of September, has become the unofficial end of summer, and the day in which we pack up our white clothing until next year.
From librarians to Uber drivers: This is the changing face of the Pa. labor movement
“I think we're starting to see more of an awareness that labor’s everybody, because everybody's a worker,” Penn State University labor relations lecturer Valerie Braman said.
‘Don’t quit while you’re ahead’: Pa.’s economy rebounds, but gaps remain | Thursday Morning Coffee
Ahead of Labor Day, researchers urge raising minimum wage, strengthening unions to help close racial, class gaps exposed by pandemic