To mark the event, here are 10 tracks about work.
9 to 5
Released in November 1980, this track was written by Parton for the 1980 comedy film 9 to 5, starring Jane Fonda. In 2004 it was ranked 78th in the American Film Institute's 100 years, 100 songs.
Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
Appearing as the B-side to Suffer Little Children, this track takes its title inspiration from Sandie Shaw's Heaven Knows I'm Missing Him Now. It's listed as one of the Rock'n'Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock'n'Roll.
Recorded in 1965, the track was released on Dylan's Bringing it All Back Home album. It has been covered by bands including U2 and referenced in songs by Placebo and The Beastie Boys.
White Collar Boy
Belle & Sebastian
Taken from the band's album The Life Pursuit, the track was produced by Tony Hoffer. It reached 45 in the UK charts and was the band's first single not to make the top 40 since Lazy Line Painter Jane.
The Rolling Stones
Appearing on the band's 1968 album Beggars Banquet, Keith Richards said: "To me it felt like an Irish jig; one of those ancient Celtic things that emerge from time to time, or an Appalachian song."
Released in 1960, this track was inspired by a chance meeting with a chain-gang of prisoners on a highway while Cooke was on tour. It reached number two in the US charts and nine in the UK.
Have a Cigar
Taken from the band's 1975 album Wish You Were Here, the track's lead vocal is provided by English folk singer Roy Harper, who inspired Led Zeppelin's 1970 song Hats Off to (Roy) Harper.
Named by bassist Paul Simonon, the track attacks the political and economic situation in the UK in the 1970s. It's taken from the band's 1977 self-titled debut album.
Appearing on his 1982 album Nebraska, the song was recorded on a four-track in Springsteen's bedroom. It depicts a young couple's escape to Atlantic City and the inevitability of death.
Written by Jimmy Webb in 1968, the track appeared on Campbell's 1968 album Wichita Lineman. Campbell said Webb wrote it about his first love affair with a woman who married someone else.