Child Labor

Child Labor

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  • How long do you think we have been working?
  • I have no idea, but my arms are about to collapse.
  • Nike
  • Child Labor is where children are forced to work and is inhumane by depriving children of their childhood and freetime to be a kid. Children working factories work long hours without knowing what time of the day it is or the long hours that they are working.
  • Child labor often includes dangerous jobs that severely injure them and have to go back to work to support their families
  • What do you think you are doing, no breaks allowed!
  • Sorry,  I was just tired.
  • A lot of major companies use child labor over seas where it is easy to get away with. This makes the companies more money because they take advantage of the low pay for the children.
  • I would be able to live like a kid if there was no child labor.
  • Most of the US' imports such as clothing are made from child labor.
  • Children that work long, tough jobs usually get exhausted with litter to no breaks
  • One way that child labor can be stopped is to increase minimum wage so that parents would not have to rely on their children to contribute to their bills.
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