Labor trafficking is a form of human trafficking. Human trafficking is the use of force, fraud, or coercion to compel a person into commercial sex acts or labor services against their will. In labor trafficking, traffickers make victims work against their will, often for little or no pay. Victims of labor trafficking are often exploited in a wide range of industries, including domestic work, construction, agriculture, hospitality, and manufacturing. Traffickers may use debt bondage, document manipulation, physical violence, and threats of deportation to control victims and keep them in exploitative situations.