In Texarkana, as well as other cities around the United States, teenagers need to be at least 16 years of age to get a job. Is that the case in other parts of the world?

In Bangladesh, Toronto Star journalist  Raveena Aulakh worked in a factory trimming the threads from the seams of shirts for four days. Her supervisor was nine years old.

Watch and see what the workers in this factory experience on any given day.