Teens and other people like us choose to work in sweatshops.
We barely get paid, and the working conditions are terrible
The only reason we choose to work here is that we get at least some money to support our families.
My topic is sweatshops. I believe they are bad but can be useful at the same time. In sweatshops, people choose to work in factories.
So do you think there are any real solutions for this?
In sweatshops, the workers get paid close to nothing. In the US, the average worker gets paid as little as $13 per day after working unreasonable hours. The working conditions are also not very good.
Maybe we could get paid more, even if that means we have less workers. That would motivate me to work harder.
Some people choose to work in sweatshops because it's the only way for them to get any sort of income to survive. This can be a good thing because it can help some families get out of poverty, and they get paid a little more than some other people.
So over all, sweatshops aren't terrible, but they could be a lot better.
There aren't really any perfect solutions to solve this problem, considering that it might not even be a problem for some. However, there are some things that could make it better.
The workers can get a pay increase so they might be willing to work harder, longer, and more diligently. Money can play a big role in getting workers to want to be there more. Also, they could invest more in upping the working conditions so they aren't as cruel or nasty for everyone, especially the younger people.
Sweatshops are necessary for these kinds of people. They need some sort of income to support their family or just to survive. On the other hand, sweatshop workers have very low pay and bad working conditions which can be solved to make work more desirable for people.