Hundreds of labor organizations and unions across the city will gather Saturday in Midtown to kick off the annual Labor Day Parade.

Around 80,000 marchers attended last year, the first one to take place after the pandemic.

This year, organizers are hoping for a high turnout as well, especially during what has been widely considered the “summer of strikes” with support for unions at an all-time high.

Nancy Hagans, president of the New York State Nurses Association and grand marshal for the parade, and James Davis, president of the Professional Staff Congress, CUNY’s faculty-staff union, joined NY1 political anchor Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” Friday to discuss the state of labor in the city and the parade.