In this post, you will find best international workers’ day sayings.

Short International Workers’ Day Sayings

 

“God sells us things at the price of labor.” —Leonardo da Vinci

 

“From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.” —Karl Marx

 

“The end of labor is to gain leisure.” —Aristotle

 

“It is labor indeed that puts the difference on everything.” —John Locke

 

“Workers of the world unite; you have nothing to lose but your chains.” —Karl Marx

 

“Work is valued by the social value of the worker.” —Unknown

 

“No great achievement is possible without persistent work.” —Bertrand Russell

 

“Work is the means of living, but it is not living.” —Josiah Gilbert Holland

 

“A bad worker quarrels with his tools.” —Proverb

 

‘You are not your resume, you are your work.” —Seth Godin

 

“Work isn’t to make money; you work to justify life.” —Marc Chagall

 

“There is no substitute for hard work.” —Thomas Edison

 

“Work keeps at bay three great evils: boredom, vice, and need.” —Voltaire

 

“There is nothing laudable in work for work’s sake.” —John Stuart Mill

 

“There is no labor a person does that is undignified; if they do it right.” —Bill Cosby

 

“We celebrate Labor Day by not going to work?” —Carlos Mencia

International Workers’ Day Sayings

 

“When work is a pleasure, life is a joy. When work is a duty, life is slavery.” —Maxim Gorky

 

“All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.” —Martin Luther King Jr.

 

“Heaven is blessed with perfect rest but the blessing of earth is toil.” —Henry Van Dyke

 

“By working faithfully eight hours a day, you may eventually get to be a boss and work twelve hours a day.” —Robert Frost

 

“Jobs are physically easier, but the worker now takes home worries instead of an aching back.” —Homer Bigart

 

“Labor Day is seen as a day of rest for many hardworking Americans.” —James P. Hoffa

 

“Men are made stronger on realization that the helping hand they need is at the end of their own right arm.” —Sidney J. Phillips

 

“Labor wants also pride and joy in doing good work, a sense of making or doing something beautiful or useful – to be treated with dignity and respect as brother and sister.” —Thorstein Veblen

 

“Labor was the first price, the original purchase – money that was paid for all things.” —Adam Smith

 

“Labor disgraces no man. Unfortunately, you occasionally find men who disgrace labor.” —Ulysses S. Grant

 

“Happiness is an attitude. We either make ourselves miserable, or happy and strong. The amount of work is the same.” —Carlos Castaneda

 

“If ants are such busy workers, how come they find time to go to all the picnics?” —Marie Dressler

 

“A mind always employed is always happy. This is the true secret, the grand recipe, for felicity.” —Thomas Jefferson

 

“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” —Confucius

 

“Send me a bill that gives every worker in America the opportunity to earn seven days of paid sick leave.” —Barack Obama

 

“Labor Day is devoted to no man, living or dead, to no sect, race or nation.” —Samuel Gompers

 

“I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more I have of it.” —Thomas Jefferson

 

“Each morning sees some task begin, each evening sees it close.” —Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Top Five International Workers’ Day Sayings

 

Here you will find top five international workers’ day sayings selected by our team

  1. “When work is a pleasure, life is a joy. When work is a duty, life is slavery.” —Maxim Gorky
  2. “Labor was the first price, the original purchase – money that was paid for all things.” —Adam Smith
  3. “Jobs are physically easier, but the worker now takes home worries instead of an aching back.” —Homer Bigart
  4. “Happiness is an attitude. We either make ourselves miserable, or happy and strong. The amount of work is the same.” —Carlos Castaneda
  5. “All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.” —Martin Luther King Jr.