Child Labor BY: Ruby A Medrano

People who let the kids sleep on a rock have a hard heart, you need to fight the child (labor.
Child labor is the use of children in industry or business. The children in the factory can be make of designing shoes because they have little hands or they can be making cloth.
The children work but the average pay is six cents per hour
114 million (53%) are in Asia and the Pacific; 14 million (7%) live in Latin America; and 65 million (30%) live in sub-Saharan Africa,

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