Child Labor

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Kids working in factories, handling dangerous equipment, potentially hurting themselves. This is everyday life for children in other countries. Everyday kids lose their innocence, they experience something that is grueling and back-breaking everyday for, most likely, for their lives.
Children are considered the future, they are to be nurtured, cared, have a childhood, they are to be loved, to be raised fairly as they pave the way for humans, the next generation, so the world would have better technological advancement, medicine and overall a better world, so it is best to set them to a straight path. Though many spirits of children who grew to adults were broken, they have practically become a slave that earned little earnings and reflected upon not having a childhood, where children were not happy when young, who did not have a right to an education, this would be considered a waste, a grim loss for that person and others affected by it. Children as young as the age of four may join the workforce. Asia and Africa accounts for 90% of employment of child labor (Pangargi, Sanjeev H, Raghavendra Gudagunti) and is one of the world’s concern even though there are child labor laws and rights against child labor.
Thesis. Solving Child Labor will need the resolution of the country's socio economic problem, to reduce and solve child labor.
Child labor usually takes place in developing countries as poverty contributes to families letting their child work. When they work they have little to no wages at all, sometimes they work within their own families. Because many countries are poor this is encouraged to at least bring something on the table for the family even though it is not much at all. Children are an asset to society. The welfare ...

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...try. With more of each children learning, the more the country can grow together to have a better future.

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