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Are Certain Occupations Prohibited For Minors?

Prohibited occupations generally involve dangerous equipment (cookers, slicers), dangerous materials (such as toxic chemicals), or dangerous duties (driving, roofing). In addition there are specific restrictions on employment of youth in businesses that sell alcoholic beverages. CLICK HERE for the state law regarding prohibited occupations. For more information contact the Missouri Division of Labor Standards at (800) 475­2130.

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