Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Models Under 18 Are What?

Being under 18 is considered a minor, but being a model under 18 was always ok.  There was never a big deal, until now New York is making a new bill to limit the number of hours a women under 18 works.  If she is under 18 she will be considered a child performer.  This child performer will begin to have limits on what they have the ability to do, so has the number of hours they work.  This article is very interesting as it goes to explain the nitty gritty on the new New York rule.  This is making a huge impact on the modeling career because now talent agents aren't looking for the young models because they need to go through alot of paperwork compared to the models who are young adults.

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