Can a married 16 year old work in construction?
Can a married 16 year with a daughter work in the construction industry in the state of maryland or in any state
- MooreLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
A 16 year old can work some construction jobs, but not others (see source link below). Maryland prohibits working all construction jobs when 15 or younger, but less dangerous one are allowed for 16 and up. Marriage has no effect on ANYTHING to do with labor law.
Two things are required for a 16 year old to work:
1. You need a work permit to work when under 18, no exceptions, even if married. You can get one easily from the Dept. of Labor: http://www.dllr.state.md.us/labor/empm.shtml
Note that you must comply with work hour restrictions: No more than 12 hours of work+school per day. Must have 8 hours per 24 hour period in which you are neither working or at school. You must have a half hours break for every 5 hours of work. This is a good thing, trust me.
2. The construction company must be willing to hire a minor worker. An employer has the right not to hire people under a certain age for liability reasons.
- DonnaLv 44 years ago
Husband cheated after 14 years married 16 years together?
- TLv 61 decade ago
Only if you're working for your dad in a family owned business, other than that, no.
- raffertyLv 71 decade ago
must be 18