The Industrial Revolution brought socalism and changed the means of production. It resulted in an increase of population and it lead to urbanization.
Many people worked in factories that came with harsh working conditions. The Industrial Revolution increased the cost of living and increased the standard of living.
Families had to live in tenements that were very small. If you were apart of the middle class you would not have to share your tenement with other families. This was unfair to the working class.
They also worked children as young as 5 years old. They thought it was a good idea for kids to work because they had smaller hands to fix the machines. Some even lost fingers due to being around the dangerous machines. The dynamo was an example of a dangerous machine. People started to rebel against the harsh working conditions and started to form labor unions.
Workers then slowly began to form mutual aid societies to help the injured or ill workers. As the Industrial Revolution progressed they started urban renewal.
In the end the Industrial Revolution had a huge impact on the world and caused inequity between the working class and the middle class.