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Youth and Employment
The US Department of Labor estimates 44% of teenagers, 16-17 years old, work at some time during the year. Hiring minors (under 18 years of age) has unique requirements for employers.
From the Dept. of Workforce Development, Equal Rights Bureau:
YouthRules! For teens, parents, educators, and employers. A US Dept. of Labor's initiative to promote positive and safe work experiences for young workers. It includes these posters, fact sheets, and employment compliance guides regarding federal child labor laws.
- Safety Stickers and Bookmarks for your workplace and equipment that relate to federal youth employment.
- Child Labor Fact Sheets
- Tips For Complying with Child Labor Laws
- Employer Pocket Guide on Youth Employment
Youth Safety. Provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), with guidance to keep youth healthy and safe while on the job. Two guides are:
Youth and Labor. US Dept. of Labor. Federal laws, hours of work, statistics on child labor, and topics related to employment of minors.
Young Workers and Safety and Health. National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).