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Economically Justified?

What are they?

A "sweatshop" is defined by the US Department of Labor as a factory that violates 2 or more labor laws. Sweatshops often have poor working conditions, unfair wages, unreasonable hours, child labor, and a lack of benefits for workers. - Britannica

So does the efficiency of a sweatshop truly outweigh the morality?

They do, because 1. provide employment oppurtunities2. economically efficient3. provide the best alternatives

Sweatshops provide employment opportunities. Without sweatshops thousands of families would suffer without a reliable source of income. East Asians living in extreme poverty fell from 57.7% to 14.9% as a result of sweatshops

The prevalence of sweatshops in developing countries allows for it to build better lives amongst the other outcomes.These alternative jobs also advocated for child labor,Due to receiving higher monetary benefits, girls are not forced to endure child marriage or teen pregnancies.

Sweatshops are economically efficient for businesses. . This allows these big businesses to grow and flourish, “In 1997, apparel imports totaled $42B








Some argue that sweatshop efficiency does not outweigh its morality because several companies take advantage of workers.

Solutions:- evaluate the worker conditions of sweatshops and shut down those that violate human rights. - protest for better working conditions- higher wages,- give them new options