Child labor in industrial Revolution- George Smith
I am freezing cold, i dont have a bed so i am staying the night at the factory sleeping on some sandbags. I am working at the factory as i am in need of work to feed myself, i couldn't shower so i am sleeping covered in black soot after today's work.
The management of child labor began from the early days of the industrial revolution. The first act of Child labor occurred in 1903. Many children were unable to go to school and had to do child labor and work at many factories.
Mum do i have to work?, i want to go to the park im to tired to work
You know you have to or we cant afford dinner.
Children had to skip school to work for money and sometimes work up to 16 hours a day and the employees payed them low wages, which created a circle of poverty