Workers worked long and dangerous hours, conditions were hazardous, pollution effected the environment and children let school as early as 6 years old to work and if they weren't focusing on they're job they were beaten and women and children were paid less than men
Cities began to grow, Urbanization, new jobs, higher wages and 8 hour shifts
Push Factors for Immigration
Andrew Carnegie controlled the steel production. John D. Rockefeller controlled the Standard Oil Industry.
Pull factors for Immigration
As the economy started to boom the larger companies started to climb the ladder and buy out smaller companies
Immigrants moved to the states because they sought opportunity and work
Immigrants felt that their countries weren't as free as the United States was and they knew they had more oportuniity in the states