Texas Labor Code § 62.155. Employment of Certain Youths and Students

An employer is exempt from this chapter with respect to the employment of a person who:

(1) is less than 18 years of age and is not a high school graduate or a graduate of a vocational training program, other than a person who is employed in agriculture and whose pay is computed on a piece rate;

(2) is less than 20 years of age and is a student regularly enrolled in a high school, college, university, or vocational training program, other than a person who is employed in agriculture and whose pay is computed on a piece rate;  or

(3) has a disability and who is:

(A) not more than 21 years of age;

(B) a client of vocational rehabilitation;  and

(C) participating in a cooperative school-work program.


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