S.E.E. – Got a Summer Job?

Many of us are looking to earn some money over the summer, so it’s important to know your rights. Flip through to learn more and message us on Instagram if you have questions!

Common scenarios for labor trafficking include traveling sales crews and peddling operations. In traveling sales crews, young people are recruited to move from city to city selling cheap goods, such as candy, magazines, or other trinkets for little or no pay.7 In peddling operations, they are required to solicit “charitable” donations on the street or in shopping centers.8 Another common form of forced labor involves coerced drug dealing; of 641 homeless youth interviewed for a large 2016 study, 7% said they had been forced to sell drugs, often for gangs. These reports constituted 81% of all instances of forced labor that youth in the study said they experienced.

https://safesupportivelearning.ed.gov/human-trafficking-americas-schools/child-labor-trafficking

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