Child Labor in the Philippines?

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Child labor in the Philippines is still considered to be a big problem. As of 2011, there are approximately 5 million children working in the Philippines. These children are between the ages of five and seventeen years old. Many of these children are doing what is considered to be hazardous work due to the conditions of the work environment as well as the equipment they are expected to work with. This may include sex trade as well as drug trafficking. It is said that many of these kids drop out of school.
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