For the first time, the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 established a national minimum pay and a maximum number of hours for employees in interstate commerce, as well as restrictions on child labor. Children under the age of sixteen were effectively barred from working in industry and mining.
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The “child labor 1800s” was the first time that child labor was limited. The law stated that children under the age of 14 could not work more than 12 hours a day, and children between the ages of 14-18 could only work up to 10 hours a day.
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