The legal working age is the minimum age required by law for a person to work,
in each country or jurisdiction. Some types of labor are commonly prohibited ...
Subtopics Age Requirements Agricultural Employment Child Labor Statistics
DOL Kids' ... for minors (individuals under age 18) working in jobs covered by the
statute. ... If state law and the FLSA overlap, the law which is more protective of
Aug 8, 2016 ... Federal child labor laws state that the minimum age to work is 14 (with some
exceptions). However, child labor laws in each state can vary ...
Aug 10, 2016 ... If you don't know how old you have to be to work in Connecticut, review this
roundup of information about the minimum legal working age in the ...
Minimum Age Work Eligibility Requirements At least 14 years of age (federal law)
At least 12 years of age (state law) State law concerning minimum age applies ...
The FLSA is a federal law and its regulations do not permit the employment of ...
14 is the minimum age for working, unless one of the FLSA exemptions applies.
Under the Hawaii Child Labor Law, a child labor certificate or “work permit” is
required for working minors until they reach 18 years of age. There is no charge
A minor under the age of 14 may not be employed or permitted to work unless the
... Certain activities are not considered employment for the purposes of this law.
What hours are teens under 18 allowed to work in non-agricultural jobs? ... Note:
Minors working in restaurants and retail businesses after 8 p.m. must be ...
Working papers are divided into two age groups (14-15 and 16-17): .... Federal
and New York State Labor Laws cover a similar topic, the more strict labor law is