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 When did child labor laws begin?

Answer Federal child labor laws were passed in 1938. The Fair Labor Standards Act set up restrictions on hours worked by children younger than 16, and dangerous jobs are restricted to workers older than 1... Read More »
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When did the child labor laws start?

Federal standards of child labor were determined in 1938 by the Fair Labor Standards Act. The passing of that act was the product of decades of work by the the National Child Labor Committee, which... Read More »
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When were the child labor laws written?

Established in Massachusetts in 1836, the first child labor law required factory workers under the age of 15 to go to school for three months a year. In 1938, the federal government passed the Fair... Read More »
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When did child labor laws start in china?

As of January 1, 1995, Chinese businesses were banned from employing children under the age of 16, according to the United States Department of Labor's Bureau of International Labor Affairs. Previo... Read More »
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When were child labor laws put into effect?

U.S. states and the federal government have passed a number of child labor laws since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, when many children were forced to work in factories. In 1836, Massa... Read More »
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