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What challenges did urban immigrants face in the 1800's early 1900s?

the urban immigrants faced lack of jobs and transportation and housing.


Why did many immigrants choose to live in cities when they entered the US in the late 1800s or early 1900s?

Jobs.


Where did immigrants come into the US on the east coast in the early 1900s?

In the early 1900s, millions of immigrants came to East Coast cities such as New York City and Boston. Cities were a popular destination due to the availability of jobs.


What jobs did Indian immigrants have in the early 1900s?

Indian immigrants like other immigrants would get paid less than what the average workers got paid to do the same work in factories.


Why did immigrants come to the U.S. in the 1800 and 1900s?

for jobs,shelter,hunger(food),and religious reasonshow about looking in a social studies book


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Where did the British settle in America in the 1900s?

where did the 1900s immigrants go to when they got here


What are two exsamples of challenges facing urban immigrants in the late 1800s and early 1900s?

Some examples of challenges faced by immigrants in the late 1800s were:- unable to speak English- overcrowding of the cities- unable to find jobs


What were jobs like for the poor?

In the beginning of the 1900s jobs for the poor were horrible. Many of the people working were children that were 5 and 6 years of age. Many only worked for cents a week in order to feed there families. Many of the poor people working in these horrible conditions were immigrants. Immigrants got the worst jobs for the lowest income.


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Immigrants had jobs that were Factory Workers, Shop Assistants and Cleaners.


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What jobs did children do in the 1900s?

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