Child Labor Laws

By: Saniyah Harold

Information about child labor laws

In the state of Georgia you can work at the age of 14. But, if you are younger than 16 you work no more than 4 hours on a school day. You may even work 8 hours on a non school day or even 40 hours during non school week. If you are under the age of 16 you may not work before 6 a.m. and not work after 9 p.m. No minor under 16 shall be permitted to work during the hours when public or private schools are in session. Unless, said minor has been completed senior high school or has been excused from attendance in school by county or independent school system board of education.
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information on child labor laws

some jobs teens can work for is babysitting, farming cleaning or working at restaurants.
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