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  • Unless you are a minor, I don't think there is a restriction on the amount of hours you can work per week. There are laws that affect your wages when working overtime - exempt vs. non-exempt employees. Employees exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) are salaried and do not typically get compensated for "overtime" and non-exempt employees are paid on an hourly basis and do get "overtime" compensation.
  • Unlimited, i am salary'd so it doesn't matter.
  • if your an adult, there is no federal or state law that limits hours worked companies can however set their own policies on this, usuallt 16 hrs per day you only have to be paid time and 1/2 over forty hr per week , in most states, meaning there is no fed law that give triple time for over xxx hrs worked

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