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what are the maximum hours you are allowed to work if you are aged between 16 and 17 in the uk
You are allowed to work 40 hours a week. You must have twelve hours rest between each working day, and two rest days per working week. You are also entitled to a 30-minute rest break when you work for longer than four and a half hours.
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Weegy: You are allowed to work 40 hours a week. You must have twelve hours rest between each working day, and two rest days per working week. You are also entitled to a 30-minute rest break when you work for longer than four and a half hours.
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