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  • Children already choose to slave away for no pay

    My argument is based upon two central facts: Time and the fact that volunteer work is slave labor.
    Why should we prevent children from taking a summer job? It not only prevents the need for a daycare, but it provides children with valuable job experience. Most summer jobs hire 16 or over. Why should we deny children a job if it doesn't interfere with their education? A Major argument against child labor is the destruction of a childhood. By children having money to spend on whatever toys they want, wouldn't it preserve their innocence?
    The second point is volunteer work. No matter what way volunteer work is put into light, it is still slave labor. Children can choose to work without pay, yet cannot choose to work for pay. Child labor laws exist to ensure children will not be exploited, yet volunteer work is the definition of exploitation. It is illogical to ban child labor and keep child "volunteer" slave labor. Furthermore, having actual job experience is more valuable than having volunteer "work" experience. Companies are more likely to hire if the applicants know what it is like to be in a work environment. By providing children of this opportunity, it allows our future generations to gain the upper hand.

  • Let them earn their own keep

    Children should earn their own keep and contribute to the family economics. Why should they geta fer rise? What is that teaching them, anyway? That they can live their lives on the financial coast trails of others? They needed to learn at an early age that that is not ok.

  • I think absolutely.

    Children should have to work. First of all, they need to learn how to be responsible. Instead of giving them chores, babysitting, whatever, they should have to learn it the hard way. They also need to learn skills for adulthood that would help them. Secondly, they need to support their families in times of need. When money is tight, children need to work to help their parents pay for things they would need. They need to work so they can earn the things they need like education.

  • Boy in a box

    I was looking up child labor and i was on images there was a boy siting in a box making shoe and others were watching if you like close it seemed he was crying holding back he tears it was sad,plus we can be that we can have child laber

  • Boy in a box

    I was looking up child labor and i was on images there was a boy siting in a box making shoe and others were watching if you like close it seemed he was crying holding back he tears it was sad,plus we can be that we can have child laber

  • Boy in a box

    I was looking up child labor and i was on images there was a boy siting in a box making shoe and others were watching if you like close it seemed he was crying holding back he tears it was sad,plus we can be that we can have child laber

  • Boy in a box

    I was looking up child labor and i was on images there was a boy siting in a box making shoe and others were watching if you like close it seemed he was crying holding back he tears it was sad,plus we can be that we can have child laber

  • Boy in a box

    I was looking up child labor and i was on images there was a boy siting in a box making shoe and others were watching if you like close it seemed he was crying holding back he tears it was sad,plus we can be that we can have child laber

  • Boy in a box

    I was looking up child labor and i was on images there was a boy siting in a box making shoe and others were watching if you like close it seemed he was crying holding back he tears it was sad,plus we can be that we can have child laber

  • Boy in a box

    I was looking up child labor and i was on images there was a boy siting in a box making shoe and others were watching if you like close it seemed he was crying holding back he tears it was sad,plus we can be that we can have child laber

  • Boy in a box

    I was looking up child labor and i was on images there was a boy siting in a box making shoe and others were watching if you like close it seemed he was crying holding back he tears it was sad,plus we can be that we can have child laber

  • Why child labour should not be allowed

    Child labour is like sitting on a chair and convincing people that you are just trying to strengthen it. It's like knowing that it might break if u sit on it for too long but u sit on . It for even longer. This might not make a lot of sense but at least it does to me. What Im trying to say is that child slavery and child labour are not helping this world yet only haring it. We say we want to make the world a better place when we are still killing it's children. How is this supposed to be a better place if there is no one to make it that. These children are the future generations which might make them better than all of us and therefore they should be treated the best or at least fairly.

  • Why child labour should not be allowed

    Child labour is like sitting on a chair and convincing people that you are just trying to strengthen it. It's like knowing that it might break if u sit on it for too long but u sit on . It for even longer. This might not make a lot of sense but at least it does to me. What Im trying to say is that child slavery and child labour are not helping this world yet only haring it. We say we want to make the world a better place when we are still killing it's children. How is this supposed to be a better place if there is no one to make it that. These children are the future generations which might make them better than all of us and therefore they should be treated the best or at least fairly.


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