The Medieval people worked for 2 to 4 hours each day and they had to work every single day, except if they were really ill.
Medieval servants who may have worked on a king's farmlands, might be expected to toil from sunrise to sunset, depending on the weather of exact type of work that the king required. Servants who worked indoors as cooks and such had long hours as well. Each village of servants serving a noble or a king worked long hours as required by the royalty they served.
Medieval spinsters spin and arnt educated in the work that they do
they wore aprons for work
Because they had to work a lot.
they would get punished
Their entire lives.
Until they died
every queen has slaves and slaves work for them so yes medieval queens do have people working for them.
Medieval peasants worked all day.
yes they did to support their families
Not long. Those never work out Answer It depends on the people involved and how they feel about each other, what their future plans are, etc.
Juss any1 noo :L
Today's jobs tend to be less physically demanding, but require more education than the medieval jobs did. Also in the Middle Ages, people were much more likely to do the same things their parents did than they are today. There are many more different kinds of jobs today than there were then, though the medieval job list is surprisingly long. Medieval people tended to work longer hours than people do today, and they were probably more willing to do risky work because they knew that life was short and hard, and that they would go to better things if they were good.
Most people followed the same line of work as their parents. Some were apprenticed.