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Labor trafficking is a form of human trafficking that involves forcing individuals to perform labor or services against their will for little or no pay. Labor trafficking happens across many industries in the U.S. such as agriculture, food service and hospitality. It can also be called forced labor, involuntary child labor and debt bondage.
Labor traffickers often present themselves as legitimate job recruiters or employers who lure victims with promises of an education, high wages or exciting travel opportunities. Traffickers use force and coercion to gain and keep control of their victims, often taking passports or identification documents. Victims often experience physical and mental abuse by the trafficker, threats of deportation and/or threats of violence towards themselves or their families.