Working Class in Victorian London
The poor class was coachmen, ice-cream sellers, locksmiths, barge workers, street stationers, street sellers of crockery and old clothes and making of sacks.Children worked as mud diggers and they did was dig for things in the mud to sell.
The middle class worked as city clerks, office workers, advertisement, fashion designers, house hold management, housemaids and holiday makers.
The first class basically built the environment. They owned a lot of buisnesses.