As a 16 year old my daughter is working 33 hours on a school week and is going into work at 5:45am. Is this legal?
See the following: https://www.education.pa.gov/Pages/Codes%20and%20Regulations/Child-Labor-Law.aspx
The law is pretty tough. A 16 year old can work 40 hours a week but must not tart before 6:00 a.m. Consider another job. That is too much for a 16 year old to be doing.
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