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Minor Employment Certificate Laws by State

Filed under Managing the Workplace. Fact checked on May 25, 2012.

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Various restrictions are placed by federal and state laws on the hours and types of occupations in which minors may be employed. States also may require employment certificates for minors you employ.

If you employ minors in your business you should obtain your state's version of an age or employment certificate in order to comply with state child labor laws as well as protecting yourself from unwitting law violations.

Click on your state on the map to see what your state requires regarding employment certificates for minors. The states that are unshaded are those where an employment certificate requirement is not specified.

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  1. Alabama - Rules for Employing Minors
  2. Alaska - Rules for Employing Minors
  3. Arizona - Rules for Employing Minors
  4. Arkansas: Rules for Employing Minors
  5. California - Rules for Employing Minors
  6. Colorado - Rules for Employing Minors
  7. Connecticut - Rules for Employing Minors
  8. Delaware - Rules for Employing Minors
  9. DC Rules for Employing Minors
  10. Florida - Rules for Employing Minors
  11. Georgia - Rules for Employing Minors
  12. Hawaii - Rules for Employing Minors
  13. Idaho - Rules for Employing Minors
  14. Illinois - Rules for Employing Minors
  15. Indiana - Rules for Employing Minors
  16. Iowa - Rules for Employing Minors
  17. Kansas - Rules for Employing Minors
  18. Kentucky - Rules for Employing Minors
  19. Louisiana - Rules for Employing Minors
  20. Maine - Rules for Employing Minors
  21. Maryland - Rules for Employing Minors
  22. Massachusetts - Rules for Employing Minors
  23. Michigan - Rules for Employing Minors
  24. Minnesota - Rules for Employing Minors
  25. Mississippi - Rules for Employing Minors
  1. Missouri - Rules for Employing Minors
  2. Montana - Rules for Employing Minors
  3. Nebraska - Rules for Employing Minors
  4. Nevada - Rules for Employing Minors
  5. New Hampshire - Rules for Employing Minors
  6. New Jersey - Rules for Employing Minors
  7. New Mexico - Rules for Employing Minors
  8. New York - Rules for Employing Minors
  9. North Carolina - Rules for Employing Minors
  10. North Dakota - Rules for Employing Minors
  11. Ohio - Rules for Employing Minors
  12. Oklahoma - Rules for Employing Minors
  13. Oregon - Rules for Employing Minors
  14. Pennsylvania - Rules for Employing Minors
  15. Rhode Island - Rules for Employing Minors
  16. Puerto Rico - Rules for Employing Minors
  17. South Carolina - Rules for Employing Minors
  18. South Dakota - Rules for Employing Minors
  19. Tennessee - Rules for Employing Minors
  20. Texas - Rules for Employing Minors
  21. Utah - Rules for Employing Minors
  22. Vermont - Rules for Employing Minors
  23. Virginia - Rules for Employing Minors
  24. Washington - Rules for Employing Minors
  25. West Virginia - Rules for Employing Minors
  26. Wisconsin - Rules for Employing Minors
  27. Wyoming - Rules for Employing Minors

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