Can you believe this?

75M factory workers worldwide Of those workers less than 2% of them make a living wage. This leads to workers living below the poverty line. European Parliament has even described the conditions of factory workers in Asia as “slave labor”.
85% of factories violate labor laws The U.S. Department of Labor reports that in Los Angeles, more than 50,000 mostly immigrant women work in clothing production. And 85% of factories violate labor laws, federal wage, and hour laws.
80% of factory workers are women The result of discrimination. Women are desirable in the garment industry and employers take advantage of cultural stereotypes, which women are obliged to adhere. Portraying women as passive and flexible.
75M factory workers worldwide Of those workers less than 2% of them make a living wage. This leads to workers living below the poverty line. European Parliament has even described the conditions of factory workers in Asia as “slave labor”.
85% of factories violate labor laws The U.S. Department of Labor reports that in Los Angeles, more than 50,000 mostly immigrant women work in clothing production. And 85% of factories violate labor laws, federal wage, and hour laws.
80% of factory workers are women The result of discrimination. Women are desirable in the garment industry and employers take advantage of cultural stereotypes, which women are obliged to adhere. Portraying women as passive and flexible.