Forced Labor

For the roughly 50,000 people working in forced labor in the United States, it often means a life of secrecy, fear, abuse, and hopelessness.
In the United States, forced labor is most common in industries that offer low wages, where there is little accountability to U.S. law. Most media coverage in the U.S. about human trafficking focuses on the sex trade, but other common forms of forced labor are found in hotels and hospitality services, agriculture, restaurants, manufacturing, custodial services, construction, health and elder care, and domestic service. In fact, according to the Polaris Project, experts believe there are more situations of labor trafficking than sex trafficking in the United States.
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