This essay expands from The Work of Dance and its mapping of dance onto labor in the 1930s to look at subsequent developments in dance with respect to labor: everyday movement of the 1960s and ‘conceptual’ dance of the 1990s ahead. What sorts of labor are implied in experimental dance after the 1930s and how does a progressive de-skilling of dance contribute to the so-called end of labor under neoliberalism? I am also asking a methodological question: how can we deal with postmodern dance as part of the labor problematic? This question is intertwined with another one: What has labor become? In this sense, one can wonder whether dance is complicit in the disappearance of labor.