The switch from hunting and gathering to agriculture led to many useful things, including permanent settlements.
During the neolithic age, agriculture was a very important factor. It gave people a different source of food rather than hunting animals
Men hunted animals while women would gather and harvest crops. The most important crops were wheat and barley.
During the Paleolithic age, nomads lived in groups in groups of approximately 20 people, and the would divide jobs amongst them, which included hunting
The earliest known "Agricultural Settlements" were near the fertile valleys of the Nile, Tigris-Euphrates, Yellow, and Indus Rivers
It also led to the creation of tools such as the plow and metal weapons.
New jobs also arose like farmers, craftsmen, priests and warriors. Priests and warriors were usually on top of the society, with farmers and craftsmen at the bottom.
In conclusion, the Neolithic Agricultural Revolution was extremely important to people. It gave people other sources of food, and led to permanent settlements. It also led to the creation of new tools and formation of new jobs for people.