When did the child labor laws start?

Answer 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 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 »

What are child labor laws for Illinois?

Well,Florence Kelley Helped push things forward for anti-child labor, she was a factory inspecter, Chief in fact. And she shut down a lot of factories in the early 1900's in Chicago, Illinois to be... Read More »

Labor Laws for a Child Under 16 in Arizona?

Arizona has a number of laws that protect children under 16 from exploitative and dangerous work. Arizona law restricts the number of hours a minor may work, when those hours are and what professio... Read More »

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 »