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US Dept. of Labor alleges Fayette Janitorial Service has been using children as young as 14 years old to clean an Iowa slaughterhouse and meatpacking plant in Sioux City; minors were allegedly tasked with cleaning power-driven machines while in operation

U.S. Dept. of Labor Takes Decisive Action on Worker Safety, Child Labor, and Advances Training with $200M in Grants Amidst Dynamic Labor Market

In 2023, 22.5% of persons in the US with a disability were employed, compared to 65.8% of persons without a disability; about 29% of workers with a disability were employed part time: Dept. of Labor

US unemployment insurance claims in week ended Feb. 17 decreased by 12,000 to 201,000, four-week moving average down 3,500 to 215,250; total continued weeks claimed for benefits increased by 10,995 to 2.17 million in week ended Feb. 3: Dept. of Labor

Tennessee-based Fayette Janitorial Service accused of illegally hiring at least 24 children to clean meat processing plants; US Labor Dept. requests injunction to halt Fayette's employment of minors, details injuries a 14-year-old sustained from cleaning

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