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what are the maximum hours you are allowed to work if you are aged between 16 and 17?
If you're no longer at school and you're 16 or 17, the law refers to you as a 'young worker'. [ Because you will no longer be at school, there are fewer restrictions on when you can work and for how long, but there are still some rules. Because you've reached school leaving age, you may find that employers may be more willing to offer you part-time or full-time employment. You're also not
limited to just 'light work', so you'll be allowed to work in places like a busy shop, restaurant kitchen or as a waiter or waitress. ]
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