Labor Day was officially declared a holiday by Congress on June 28, 1884. It's a day to give hard-working men and women a day off from their labors.
However, not all jobs can take a break. Firefighters, police officers, sheriff's deputies and small business owners work seven days a week, 365 days a year.
For them, they know their jobs are important and are happy to serve their communities while the rest of the country gets a day off.