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How do Sweatshops tie into our Nations Products Many companies and schools in the United States buy their products from factories that have their workers working in horrible conditions That is employing over 50000 workers to work in these conditions They have the workers work from 5 AM until nighttime inhaling dangerous chemicals and working in temperatures that get as high as 130 degrees These high temperatures cause heat stress burns and injuries to workers Many of the factories that the United States buys from are in another countries In these countries they have horrible working conditions Working in these places called sweatshops should be banned Sweatshops are a shop or factory in which employees work long hours at low wages under poor conditions These factories cause problems for their workers later in the workers life Occasionally these problems lead to death Many workers do not get to see a doctor when they are ill Workers choose to go work to make money rather than see a doctor Most do not receive regular vaccinations that help their body fight against smallpox whooping cough tetanus polio and diphtheria A sweatshop factory brings visions of dangerous filthy and cramped conditions Many of these sweatshops do not pay their workers the right amount In Bangladesh and Myanmar they pay ten to eighteen cents in China Pakistan Vietnam India Sri Lanka and Indonesia they pay twenty to sixty-eight cents per hour Why do owners pay their workers so little The wages they give these workers should be different Many of these factories hire children who are ineligible to work in these places About 250 million children between the ages five and fourteen work in sweatshops Half of these children are working full time and one third of them are working in extremely dangerous conditions These children do not belong working in such dangerous conditions Many of these children begin working before the age of seven
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