Generally, no. In Florida, minors cannot work more than four consecutive hours without a 30-minute uninterrupted break. Once an employee reaches 18 years of age, neither state nor federal law makes provisions for breaks, except in certain regulated occupations, like commercial truck drivers. Breaks for adults are at the discretion of the employer and are usually established by company policy.[1] For more information on Florida employment issues, you can visit https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/legal-and-compliance/state-and-local-updates/xperthr/pages/florida-labor-and-employment-law-overview.aspx.

[1] See Chapter 450, Part I, Fla. Stat., generally.