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    Labor Day Data

    DATA: Some interesting data about labor and Labor Day have been posted over at the Census Bureau.

    Early, Lonely and Long: the Journey to Work

    25.4 million: Number of commuters who leave for work between midnight and 6:29 a.m. These early birds represent 20 percent of all workers and were, by the time of day they left home, the fastest-growing group of commuters between 1990 and 2000.

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      The perfect methods about labour day data, really very impressive growing and getting the great commuters always. Keep follow and get the more representing the techniques and more services.

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