Unpaid work

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Unpaid work is work without pay. It may be provided by people who are members of a family; volunteer workers who work for charity or recreation;[1] students who take internship or apprenticeship positions for experience. This may be different to forced labour, in which the worker is a prisoner or a slave.

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  1. Jone L. Pearce (1993), Volunteers, ISBN 978-0-415-09427-6