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The U.S. Department of Labor estimates 44% of teenagers, 16-17 years old, work at some time during the year. This page provides links to Wisconsin and national information on youth employment. These links provide valuable information to youth, parents and employers on child labor laws, safety, and career development.
Wisconsin Child Labor Laws Find information on Wisconsin work permits, hours of work, minimum wage requirements, prohibited occupations. and other related topics.
Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development publications on resumes and employment.
- Wisconsin Employment Guide for Minors
- Grooming For Employment
- Resume Writing, a Basic Guide
- Keys to Successful Interviewing
Wisconsin Regional Career Centers There are 10 regional Career Centers with a focus on helping youth with career decisions.