Members of the CCHTTF’s Labor Trafficking Subcommittee have additionally identified the following vulnerabilities:
- involvement in the child welfare system
- unaccompanied minors and others impacted by a detainment or deportation-related family separation
- mental health issues
- language barriers – including language access for indigenous languages and dialects
- employment in industries which are less regulated or exempt from labor law, subjection to an employment (mis)classification or belonging to a workforce with inadequate worker protections.