n Paleolithic times, shelter was usually just a cave found in plains or on a cliff side. In Neolithic times, Hominids built shelter out of wood or stone. neolithic houses were permanent because they learned how to farm.
In Paleolithic times hominids had a harder time hunting because they went hunting alone. Also, they had to move from one place to another because once they hunted all the animals they they were done. In Neolithic times, people hunted in large groups with spears which granted them a higher chance of catching the prey. They had a stable food sources from farming also.
In Neolithic times people farmed crops which gave them a stable food supply. that meant that they had time to make permanent shelters and bond with the people around them after work. In Paleolithic times, people moved around, not giving them enough time to bond with the people around them. they moved a lot because they needed to find a new food source due to their not stable food supply.
In Neolithic times, there was a diverse employment industry. They didn't just want to survive, they wanted to make themselves as well as their surrounding beautiful while they were at work. that called for artists and other unique jobs. In the paleolithic age, peoples main was finding food to survive.
In the Neolithic age, there were a lot more jobs than the Paleolithic Age. These new jobs enabled early humans to develop their skills such as trading. people got out of their villages to go to new villages and trade their mercantile for foreign mercantile. in the Paleolithic age, people were not as socially open to meeting with other groups and collecting resources that were not found in certain areas.