SS ACTIVITY
Updated: 3/8/2021
SS ACTIVITY

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  • HEY, I AM WORKING IN THE NEARBY CITY
  • I TOO HAVE A JOB NOW IN BOTH CITY AND VILLAGE
  • I HAVE A BUILT A NEW HOUSE !!!!
  • BUT, HOW DID YOU BUILT IT ??
  • BEFORE 2 MONTHS, YOU DID NOT HAVE MONEY TO BUY FOOD
  • WHERE ARE YOU GOING ???DON'T YOU HAVE WORK AT HOME
  • TO WORK IN THE INDUSTRIES AND TO IMPROVE MY DIGNITY IN THE SOCIETY
  • The Industrial Revolution brought an explosion of development. There were new jobs, (particularly in the cities), new goods, and increased trade
  • THIS ENVIRONMENT IS UNSAFE. DANGEROUS!!!!
  • ALSO LOW WAGES
  • WHY ARE THEY FORCING ME TO DO WORK MORE FASTER, I AM JUST A CHILD ??
  • It also resulted in employment and living conditions for the poor and working classes.
  • HEY DO IT FASTER IT IS ALREADY LATE
  • WHY SHOULD I WORK HERE ??
  • I NEED EDUCATION TO IMPROVE MYSELF
  • The Industrial Revolution also provided an opportunity for the women to go work and get paid.
  • I AM WORKING FOR A LONG DAYS, PLS HELP ME !! I AM ABOUT TO FALL !!!
  • Many factories and mines were filled with dust that not only made it difficult to breathe, but could cause diseases including cancer. Other places were unsafe fire hazards where they dealt with flammable chemicals or fireworks.
  • Wages for those who labored in factories were low and working conditions were very be dangerous and monotonous. Unskilled workers were replaced very easily as there was a lot of demand for jobs.
  • The living conditions in crowded cities weren't any better than the working conditions. As more and more people moved into the cities, large slums formed. These places were dirty and unsanitary. Entire families sometimes lived in a single room apartment.
  • Children were part of the labor force and often worked long hours and were used for such highly hazardous tasks as cleaning the machinery.
  • lot of the jobs during the Industrial Revolution were dangerous. There weren't any government regulations to help protect workers. Workers sometimes had to work closely with powerful machines that had no safety features
  • Many workers had to work 12 hour days, six days a week. They didn't get time off or vacations. If they got sick or were injured on the job and missed work, they were often fired.