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The past two Labor Days have highlighted the importance of our workforce. People holding jobs which in the past have been undervalued and not appreciated. During Covid these positions and industries have become recognized and valued for all they do to keep our economy running and our families functioning. From truck drivers, to day care workers, to CNA’s their roles have been noticed for the critical part they play in the everyday lives of all. To our hospital and clinic workers, to our grocery store workers, funeral directors and spiritual support, to police, fire and EMT’s. These entangled positions must continue to be recognized and valued as each one is effected by other roles. We must accept that we all rely others to get our needs met. Working together is how societies are built and strengthened. Thank you to our labor force which comes in all shapes and sizes, serving a variety of people throughout the world.

May You All Enjoy the Labor Day Holiday!

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