Before 1750, Workers worked in their homes and they were able to start and stop work whenever they wanted but then it all changed when people started to work in factories, Not only men but women and worked in factories under hot, Damp, Dirty, Dangerous conditions for long hours, for a pay of almost nothing. Normal shifts were 12-14 hours a day. Workers were often required to clean their machine during mealtime and employers sometimes used to change the clock time so they can get a few minutes extra out of their workers.
The weekly wage for a mean during the time was 15 shillings (15p), but women and children were paid much lower wages, with women earning 7 shillings (35p) and children 3 shillings (15p), for this reason employers preferred to employ women and children so they can be paid less.
Cotton threads had to be spun at less than 70ºF, The air was full of dust which led to many cases of Chest and
Lung diseases and loud noises made by the machines damaged workers hearing. Some employers even paid their workers in tokens which were to be used in the employer's shop in which the price of an item was expensive. Fines were imposed for things like talking or whistling or even leaving the room without permission or having a little dirt on the machines, it was claimed that employers would alter the clock to make their workers late so they could fine them.
Forcing children to crawl into dangerous and unguarded machines, often when they were so tired that they would fall asleep on their feet which led to many accidents. Women and children were easily bullied. One witness claimed that he had seen an iron bar driven straight though the cheek of a girl, other punishment including hanging weights hanging them from the roof in baskets, nailing a children's ear to the table, and drowning them in cold water to keep them awake.
It was effin lame cus they didnt have technology
The life for children on Indian reservations in Arizona is not an easy one. The children on reservations have less time to play because they spend time working on the family ranches. Food is usually grown at home to make up for the rough economical conditions.
France, England, Russia, China, US - these were the primary large forces - there were others like Australia for example, who joined the allied fight.
People like Upton Sinclair were called Muckrakers.
Delaware had very fertile soil so it produced crops like barley, corn, rice, and wheat. Iron working was also present in Delaware.
people were mainly working on either farms or in textile mills
The working condition in the 1900s were poor. Safety was not a concern, like it is today, and resulted in work-related deaths. The hours were long, the pay was low, and the conditions were harsh.
Killed on job, exposed to harsh weather conditions, long hours and six days a week.
he beat the workers.
it was very good and also high pay
Working conditions in the 1900s would have been hard labor for little pay in the early years. As the century went on, jobs were created that paid better and were easier to do for men and women.
Conditions when Tsar Nick was in power were not good. The average working day was 11 hours, six days a week. This was also for very little pay. This is one of the main events in the early days of Russia which contributed to the 1905 Revolution. Overall, the working conditions were terrible.
The working conditions were terrible. They worked in small spaces, with no windows, and unsanitary tools.