Child labor

Child labor. What is classified as child labor? Child labor, as defined by the International Labor Organization. Work they are forced to do. An estimated 60% of child labor occurs in agriculture. Lack of experience. Working conditions. As long the. Where does most child labor occur? Of an estimated. Interesting facts. Australia annually imports $16 million worth of tobacco produced by child labor. How to stop child labor? One of the.

An estimated 60% of child labor occurs in agriculture, fishing, hunting. (bananas; cotton; oranges) About 14 million children are estimated to be directly involved in manufacturing goods. (carpets; clothing; fireworks) Domestic Service Hotels, Restaurants, and Retail Producing and trafficking drugs Other.

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