Dells use of electronic sweatshops
Dell makes cheep products through electronic sweatshops.
What are electronic sweatshops
If your a nerd like me you most likely use a lot of tech. One of your primary sources of tech is probably DELL. As I did my on Dell research I found that Dell uses things called electronic sweatshops. Electronic sweatshops are found in major Chinese cities in China such as Beijing or Hong Kong. Electronic sweatshops are a place where underaged workers are assembling large amounts of iPhones, iPods, laptops, PCs, monitors, etc. . They are underpaid and forced to work over time. Others Signed into contacts they don't understand. Some forced to be welding wires to mother boards and phone chips. If you've ever been to China you'll probably say that you've never seen such factories. That is because the government wants you and everyone from the outside world to see the best of China (Even in my video below I was not able to get a video that shows complete picture). These electronic sweatshops cut corners to insure the cheapest sells to their companies. Many of these electronic sweatshops don't have proper ventilation, open exits, and safe equipment. This makes it hot and dangerous to work in these factories. Many of the factory workers, however, don't have a choice with so many Chinese citizen there's no better jobs that they could do with their poor education.
To find out about an explosion in an electronic factory go to next paragraph below
To find out about how you can help scroll to bottom.
Dells computers are used all over the world.
Dells stock dropped in 2011 after word of the electronic sweatshops explotion made its way to the U.S.
For 1 American their is 4.25 Chinese
There are many people in China and not enough good paying jobs so that is why they take such bad paying jobs.
The story of the Foxconn Chengdu Explosion
Click link below to see China's minimum wage.
How YOU Can Help
"Tragedies of Globalization: The Truth Behind Electronics Sweatshops." Tragedies of Globalization: The Truth Behind Electronics Sweatshops. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Feb. 2016