What Causes Child Labor in Developing Countries?


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What Causes Child Labor in Developing Countries?
The problem of utilization of child labor in many countries is growing globally. From Nigeria to India, and from China to South America, the problem of the use of child labor needs to be addressed from many levels. The child labor problem is more serious in the developing world than occurs in the developed world. What is child labor one may ask? It is defined as work carried out through the use of child labor such as children under the age of 15 years.
It has the potential to cause some physical harm to the children engaged in such work, and could cause additional injury to the emotional, spiritual, intellectual and social growth in children. There are many types of child labor....
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