Type your answer here... Mostly, 16 hours-5:00am to 9:00pm
well, they worked for money, and some were forced to work. Hi there, a little more detail is: Back in the 19th century Victorian children often worked for several reasons: -they're mothers worked therefore could not be left alone at home, and instead had to go work with them. -they were forced to. -they wanted to to prevent the fact of boredom. -they lived in a poor family that had shortage of money tehrefore resulted down to not having no food. They worked to earn money to prevent the fact of them and their family going through starvation. -Mill owners often liked them to work because: * They were small and could go under machines to fix broken things *They had quick fingers and could fix things more speedily. * They were cheap to have. Thanks, please leave a comment on my wall, and let me know whether this information helped you.x
The Parliament of the United Kingdom passed the Factory Acts which put a cap on the number of hours children and women were allowed to work in the textile industry. Eventually, the Acts include all other industries.
Victorian servants would have to clean the whole house, do laundry, chimney sweep, scrub bathrooms and toilets, wash the windows, clean carpets and other cleaning jobs. Servants were also used to prepare meals, tend to the owners horses, act as valets, run messages and take care of the owners property (such as trimming bushes )
children would work.
12 hours a day
If "Victorian" means "English": not that many. England had child labour laws since 1833, so since well before the Victorian era, limiting the kinds of work and the number of hours that children could do.
I say I say childrens had to work about 1-24 hours a day which was hard work for the childrens and easy for the overlooker and the boss.
short documentaries about victorian working children
24 hours a day
at least 16 hours
About 15 hours ;)