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Transcript of sweatshops: clothing
Treatment of Individuals and Groups
Sweatshop workers are treated very badly worldwide. They work long hours and get paid very little. They also have to face lots of abuse and threats from their bosses and supervisors. The sleeping conditions are also very terrible; they cram 10 to 20 people in small dorms. People have tried to prove these conditions but when inspectors come bosses have taught their workers to lie.
Definition of Working Conditions of Sweatshops :
A factory or a work shop where workers work long hours and get paid low wages; living in a unsafe environment.
Children working in the sweatshops are being paid low wages to work 16 to 20 hours a day, for 7 days a week. Some people will even have to work 48 hours non-stop.
Working in sweatshops is very hazardous work place because of the awkward positions and vibrating tools such as fabric cutters.
They also don't have safety plans.
Sweatshops: Clothing and Products
THANK YOU! AND CHANGE THE WORLD!
By: Mariana, Helyn and Mia
Child and Forced Labor
Millions of children are put to work to help their families survive. Sometimes they get paid a little, if any at all. Usually these children are as young as six and seven years old, and have to work 12 to 16 hours a day. Since the 1990s child labor has expanded, because of their vulnerability and lack of rights.
Minimum wage daily:$8.15
How much they get paid:$2.13
Minimum wage daily:$2.50
How much they get paid:$0.10
Minimum wage daily:$3.33
How much they get paid:$1.25
Minimum wage daily:$10.77
How much they get paid:$1.35