I know this seems more like a "law" question, but it seems they took that down. So I'll lean more on the "I want to be more successful in a work environment" side. Here's the scenario: I am sixteen years old, and I got emancipated a few months back. In case you didn't know, emancipated is the process of removing guardianship from your parents/legal guardians, to yourself. I have to support myself, finish school, and live on, just like all of you do. However, I have been looking EVERYWHERE for a job, and at the same time, labor laws (In NC). I need to know- Do child labor laws still apply to me, even though I have to fully support myself? I love working, it's good for me. I'm still in school, which is also good for me. However, I have bills, and my education isn't paying those, so I need to know whether or not I can work more than the child labor laws say I can. If you can find information on this, that'd be great. If you already know about this, even better. Thanks guys!
closed as off topic by Rory Alsop♦ Feb 8 at 8:28
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