Social impact of the Industrial Revolution

Child labor of the Industrial Revolution

Urbanization of the Industrial revolution : The industrial revolution changed material production , wealth , labor patterns and population distribution.

Living conditions : 5 to 9 people lived in a single room which was big as an apartment , people got sick quicker because everyone lived in terrible conditions and so close to one another. Disease spread rapidly and lack of medicine and medical care resulted in many deaths

Working conditions : Conditions in factories were deplorable as well , workers had to face a big adjustment while farming required irregular hours the factory system required constant labor

Child Labor : Children often worked long hours in dangerous factory conditions for very little money , children were easier to manage and control and perhaps most importantly

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