This could be the minimum age to work in Mexico with the new 2023 working day 

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In the country there is the Federal Labor Law as Magna Carta where all the rights of workers in the country are established, it is precisely this document that is sought to be changed with the Reform to the 2023 working day 

MEXICO.- Legislation in Mexico continues as a recurring topic on the daily agenda, this is fostered by the possible approval of the 2023 Labor Day Reform, which could implement a new work schedule around the country. This situation has caused some working conditions to be put under the magnifying glass, which is why a new doubt has arisen about changing the minimum age by law, so that a person can be incorporated to work. 

In the country there is the Federal Labor Law as Magna Carta where all the rights of workers in the country are established, it is precisely this document that is sought to be changed with the Reform to the 2023 working day. With the new schedule that it proposes With this bill, there is talk about other possibilities to improve the lives of all employees, including the minimum age required to get a job. 

Likewise, in the Mexican country it is very common to see that children or adolescents begin to work more and more at a young age, for which reason the legislators of our country have emphasized the possibilities that exist to reform the law so that the minimum age to work change completely. 

Although many people think that the minimum age to work in Mexico by law is officially 18 years, they are wrong because there is a possibility to hire younger people, but they have to have the support of their parents or guardians to be able to work adjusting to what the Law establishes respectively. This part is not intended to be reformed with the proposal of a new work schedule in Mexico. 

In the Federal Labor Law in article 22, it is stipulated that the minimum age to be able to work in a company in Mexico is 15 years, provided that the minor has the permission of either their own parents or their guardians. Those companies that hire people under this age will be incurring a serious offense that can be sanctioned by the courts in labor matters. 

Up to now, legislators have not presented a bill that brings with it an adjustment for the minimum age required to work in Mexico, although, due to the labor market that currently exists, the idea is not unreasonable, since this could generate work experience from an early age, to be able to aspire to better salaries and a better quality of life in the coming years. 

Source: Linea Directa