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content. Activists throughout the world typically offer a picture of impoverished boys and girls working under hazardous conditions for next-to-nothing wages. This depiction, however, may lead to confusion by mixing issues that need to be analytically differentiated. Exploitation, understood as inhumane working conditions, is something to be avoided per se, regardless of the age of the worker. However, even after eliminating exploitative working conditions for children, child labor still has an effect on a child's lifetime welfare. For all these reasons, the causes and effects of this phenomenon require careful analysis. What are the dimensions of the problem? In absolute numbers, estimates by the International Labor Organization (ILO) show that approximately 250 million children under the age of 12 are working for a salary around the world. 1 For a variety of reasons, such as methodological differences in the collection of data and underreporting of statistics, estimates vary widely. Varying definitions of child labor, the inclusion

 
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