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Some hardships faced by factory workers during the Industrial Revolution were that the factories were not heated or air conditioned, they had to work long hours, and they had no rights. Children worked in many of the factories as well.

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New factories change how Americans worked because changes were implemented that made the working days shorter, improved safety issues, and generally made manufacturing easier. During World War II, many women began working in factories to make things for the war effort.

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Industrialization brought urbanization, larger towns, to factory workers. Another change industrialization brought about was more job opportunities for factory workers.

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the union, went on strike

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