Satire Child Labor

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So, what exactly is child labor? Full-time work of children under the age of fourteen in situations that are damaging to health, education, or moral development for pay or no pay. Who’s bothered about this? Certainly not me! Am I taking action? Heck no! I don’t know about you, but child labor just might be the best thing that has ever happened to the world. If you don’t believe me just ask a factory owner, I’m sure they will agree and have a big smile on their face when they tell you why they use it! There are so many great benefits of being a child laborer, running a business with child laborers, and being on the receiving end of things made by child laborers. The child laborer stays away from the streets, helps their family meet their survival needs, doesn’t have to dig for food in garbage’s, and gets paid. A low wage, but gets paid! The person running the child labor business doesn’t have to pay a high wage for the child laborers because the children don’t go to school and wouldn’t know how much they are getting paid. All they would know is that they are working to survive. Another benefit is that children’s bones and ligaments don’t fully develop until they are an adult, so if they get injured they will heal quickly compared to that of an adult worker. As for what child labor brings us, the list is endless. A whole range of goods such as cheap skirts, shirts, toys, matches, textiles, and hand-knotted carpets which are very popular in North America. Children are already forced to go to school by parents and the government. There’s also that added pressure to succeed, truth be told, a lot of kids are not going to go to a four year college or university. So what is the point of spending thousands of dollars on education and investing in tomorrow’s leaders? It’s absolutely Ludacris! Why not use the money to open factories and mines to shove their uneducated minds in there because all most kids can think about these days is making the big bucks but aren’t...
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