Child labor lawsThe United States has adopted numerous statutes and rules regulating the employment of minors. People under the age of 18 have to have a permit to work. Those of the age 16 and 17 are not required to provide a work permit after the last day of the school year, in the spring or before the last day of school. The under age teen that has a permit is able to work and get paid minimum wage of $5.45 per hour. When a company employs minors they have to make a list and post it in a conspicuous place. The minors have to keep a book to keep the time they works and the breaks they get. They also have a restriction on the hours and some of these are as follows: during school hours, before 7 a.m or after 9 a.m more than 3 hours and eighteen hours in one week. Those who are 14 and 15 have more restrictions than those that are the age of 16 and 17. The 14 and 15 yrs old are prohibited from engaging in certain tasks such as: mining, railroads, roofing operations, manufacture of chemicals. Ever six minor employees haves to be supervise by one adult at least 18 yrs of age or older.