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The United States does not celebrate national holidays when all employees are granted a day off and most businesses are halted. There are only holidays observed by all of the US federal government employees, thus the holidays are called “US Federal Holidays”. Yet, many US companies and institutions also use the federal holidays to determine the days off for their employees. More >
2013 Federal Holidays in United States
There is no legal national holidays in which businesses are halted and employees are granted time off in the United States. However, the U.S. Federal government determine holidays for all federal employees in the U.S which is called “US Federal Holidays”. More >
2012 Federal Holidays in United States
The United States does not have legal national holidays where all employees in the U.S. receive a day free from work and all business is halted. The U.S. Federal government recognize only holidays that pertain to its own employees, thus called as “US Federal Holidays”. It is at the discretion of each state or local jurisdiction to determine official holiday schedules. More >
List of USA 2011 Public Holidays Calendar
Americans celebrate a variety of federal holidays and other national observances throughout the year. American public holidays can be secular, religious, international, or uniquely American.