School leaving age in Eurth

School leaving age in Eurth, as well as employment age, can vary across countries and territories.

Legend

Color legend Ages legend
  School leaving age higher
0 denotes education is not compulsory. (n) denotes part-time employment available from age n
  Employment age higher
0 denotes no minimum employment age as children could be, in theory, employed from birth
  Both ages synchronized
denotes no information available
  Age[s] vary by province
? denotes the age set is unknown
  No information / No age set

Leaving age by country

# Country De jure Education/
Employment gap
As of Details
School leaving age Employment age
 Derthalen
14
10
4
A.I. 201.M1 (A.D. 201) Those that volunteer for military service before their primary education is complete receive a more specialised education for the branch of their choosing. Education is only mandatory for boys.
 Mauridiviah
17
14
3
2018 Those who work below the age of 16 are still considered minors and have special protections.
 Rihan
?
?
?
? TBD
 Batengdei
16
14
2
1987 Children (especially in rural areas) may be allowed to take reduced schooling in favor of agricultural work. This sees much more use in the Khett with few urban areas. Within Khaokhet schooling must be completed before a child may enter the workforce. School leaving age within Khaokhet is also higher, with the age 18.
 Oyus
18
0*
0*
1995 The Oyusard National Congress in 1995 abolished a standard minimum age for employment, replacing it with an assortment of brackets and universal statutes that must be followed when employing someone below the age of 16 and/or while still attending government mandated school. The younger age brackets see some of the strictest regulations, which typically discourages employment altogether. The only exemptions that can be seen on this matter are small rural farming families. Younger children's wages are also often in a secured account that disallows a parent from accessing it unless valid reasoning is given.
 Variota
12
12 (10)
0
1943 The Future of Our Motherland Act, established in 1943 by Foorste Heere fan'es Ferantwortelik fan'es Folke Wiktor Walensa, established a minimal age for children to remain in school and raised the employment age from 6 to 10 for part-time positions and 12 for full-time positions. Nowadays, it is extremely rare to find anyone that has quit school or is working a full-time position under the age of 16. The government has programs in place to stimulate additional courses and classes for those that have quit school early.
 Faramount
16
16
0
2018 Faramount ostensibly has liberal labor and education laws that include compulsory education to age 16 and prohibit employment before age 16. Yet these laws are scarcely enforced in reality, and child labor is widespread throughout the nation.