A child who is 14 or 15 years of age may NOT be employed in:
Except such office (including ticket office) work, or sales work, in connection with paragraphs f(1)(2)(3) and (4) of this section as does not involve the performance of any duties on trains, motor vehicles, aircraft, vessels, or other media of transportation or at the actual site of construction operations.
In addition to prohibited occupations, state law specifically prohibits 1) the employment of anyone under 14 years of age and unaccompanied by a parent to sell or solicit goods or services for any person other than an exempt organization or a business owned or operated by a parent, and 2) the employment of a child to sell or solicit goods or services for any person other than an exempt organization unless parental permission is granted on a form prescribed by the Commission at least seven days before employment begins.
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