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    POST CONSPICUOUSLY
    STATE OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
    Division of Labor Standards

    PERMITTED WORKING HOURS FOR MINORS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE
    The following is a summary of the permitted working hours provisions of the New York State Labor Law relating to minors under 18 years of age:

    Age / Conditions
    Industry /Occupation


    MAXIMUM DAILY HOURS
    MAX. WEEKLY HOURS
    MAX. DAYS PER WEEK
    PERMITTED HOURS

    MINORS - When School is in Session

    14 and 15 All occupations except farm work, newspaper carrier and street trades.
    3 Hours on school days 8 Hours on other days
    18 Hours1
    6
    16 and 17 All occupations except farm work, newspaper carrier and street trades.
    4 Hours on days preceding school days (i.e., Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu.)2 8 Hours on Fri., Sat., Sun. and Holidays4
    28 Hours4
    64
    6 AM to 10 PM3
    Minors - When School is NOT in Session
    14 and 15 All occupations except farm work, newspaper carrier and street trades.
    8 Hours
    40 Hours
    6
    7 AM to 9 PM
    June 21 to Labor Day

    Minors - NOT Attending School
    16 and 17 All occupations except farm work, newspaper carrier and street trades.
    8 Hours4
    48 Hours4
    6 Hours4
    6 AM to Midnight4

    Farm Work
    12 and 13
    Hand harvest of berries, fruits and vegetables.
    4 Hours
    7 AM to 7 PM June 21 to Labor Day/ 9AM to 4PM Day after Labor Day to June 20
    14 and Older
    Any farm work
    11 to 18
    Delivers, or sells and delivers newspapers, shopping papers or periodicals to homes or business places
    4 Hours on school days 5 Hours on other days

    5 AM to 7 PM or 30 minutes prior to Sunset, whichever is later
    Street Trades
    14 to 18
    Self employed work in public places selling newspapers or work as a shoe shiner
    4 Hours on school days 5 Hours on other days
    6 AM to 7 PM
    1 Students 14 and 15 enrolled in an approved work study program may work 3 hours on a school day, 23 hours in any one week when school is in session.
    2 Students 16 and 17 enrolled in an approved Cooperative Education Program may work up to 6 hours on a day preceding a school day other than Sunday or Holiday when school is in session as long as the hours are in conjuction with the Program.
    3 May work 6 AM to 10 PM or until midnight with written parental and educational authorities consent on day preceding a school day and until midnight on day preceding a non-school day with written parental consent.
    4 This provision does not apply to minors employed in resort hotels or restaurants in resort areas.
    A schedule of hours of work for minors under 18 years of age must be posted in the establishment by the employer.
    LS-171 (12-04)
    The employer must make a schedule for all minors and post it in a conspicuous place. The schedule sets forth the hours minors start and end work and time allotted for meals. The hours of work can be changed, as long as the changes are posted on the schedule. Minors may work only on the days and at the times posted on the schedule. If minors are present at other times or if no schedule is posted, it is a violation of the child labor law.
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