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Human trafficking advocates are warning parents to be vigilant of rainbow color signs popping up around schools. The signs are asking teens from the ages of 14 to 19 to call them for cash-paying jobs. Doug Bennett, a sex trafficking victims advocate, says the signs point to a distributing trend. "These are big red flags for human trafficking," said Bennett. The Kern County Sheriff's Office said they have seen similar ads posted around schools last year during the end of school year and advise people to report anything suspicious.