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Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day in the United States

Is Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day a Public Holiday?

Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours.

Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015ThuApr 23Take our Daughters and Sons to Work DayObservance
2016ThuApr 28Take our Daughters and Sons to Work DayObservance
2017ThuApr 27Take our Daughters and Sons to Work DayObservance
2018ThuApr 26Take our Daughters and Sons to Work DayObservance
2019ThuApr 25Take our Daughters and Sons to Work DayObservance
2020ThuApr 23Take our Daughters and Sons to Work DayObservance
2021ThuApr 22Take our Daughters and Sons to Work DayObservance
2022ThuApr 28Take our Daughters and Sons to Work DayObservance
2023ThuApr 27Take our Daughters and Sons to Work DayObservance
2024ThuApr 25Take our Daughters and Sons to Work DayObservance
2025ThuApr 24Take our Daughters and Sons to Work DayObservance

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