Federal child labor laws are enforced by the Hour and Wage Division of the U.S. Department of Labor, states the agency. Some states have additional child labor laws that are enforced by those states' departments of labor... More »

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Child labor laws in Ohio require a work permit for those between the ages of 14 and 18, and the law limits the time of day as well as the total number of hours minors may work, according to the Ohio Department of Commerc... More »

Other than in specific circumstances, Texas labor law prohibits employing children under the age of 14 or employing children in hazardous occupations, according to the Texas Workforce Commission. Texas law prohibits chil... More »

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The Department of Homeland Security is a government agency responsible for enhancing U.S. security, preventing terrorism, managing U.S. borders, securing cyberspace, providing support in the wake of disaster and administ... More »

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Some states in America set a minimum age at which a child may legally stay home alone, while others do not. The minimum age ranges from 8 to 14, depending on the particular state laws. More »

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The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce is a Tennessee state agency that helps residents locate jobs, apply for unemployment and find information regarding labor laws. Employers can also use the Tennessee Departm... More »

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The Fair Labor Standards Act governs child labor laws in the United States, states the U.S. Department of Labor. Its provisions set age limitations for youth employment and prohibit children from working in certain hazar... More »

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