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Industrial Revolution

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While this section focuses primarly on child labor issues today, there are links to information regarding abuses to adult female immigrants worldwide as well.

Still Today. . .Child Labor Exists in Indonesia. . .

A 15-year-old boy sells traditional cooking tools called "Ulekan," tools made of stone or cement and used to crush spices for cooking. Many children work because of their economic situation. They are forced to quit school and work to earn money for their families. By selling these cooking tools, this child could earn 30.000 to 50.0000 Rupiah (3-5 US dollars) per day.
Bandung, Indonesia. 2007. By Henri Ismail @ flickr

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