Take Your Child to Work Day 2022: History and little-known facts
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Take Your Child to Work Day is observed in the U.S. on the fourth Thursday of April.
Also known as Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day, the annual event lands on April 28 this year, and with some workplaces reopened after two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, parents and professionals are likely to participate in the tradition once more.
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Here’s a glance at the history of Take Our Sons and Daughters to Work Day and a list of little-known facts.
Take Your Child to Work Day: History
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