Discuss The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Industrialization

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Even though Industrialization was bad for people but it really helped the immigrants in different ways. Some people it was hard to adapt to the new economy and on the other hand, some people adapt to the new economy really fast. Change of the economy changed the look of the countries. Industrialization was very helpful for the industry owner and very rough for workers in the industries. Industrialization brought advantages which also include disadvantages. Industrialization was mostly dependent on the immigrants because they were the only people who really were in need of the job. This led to many types of impacts to the United States economy. Industrialization had some advantages. Some advantages provided more job opportunities and also lead to urbanization or the movement of people into cities. Citizens wanted to live closer to the factories that they worked at so they don't have to travel every day. It …show more content…

The workers were underpaid and overworked. Work conditions also hurt citizens a lot by causing fatigue and illnesses.Factory work was dirty and dangerous. Bosses. This reasons broke human right in ways like freedom of speech, right to assemble, and etc. Cities were unsanitary and diseases filled the streets. There was no sanitary place in the cities. The industrialization also increases the growth of the really fast. The industries do not have any emergency fire exit in the factories. Unskilled workers can work in the industries. The industries were controlled by the government this way the owner can give less money to the worker and the owner can't play monopoly with the worker. There were a lot of accident in the factories and the owner would not even care about the workers. Owners created create many laws to make worker have unfair amount of time and money. Industrialization helped many immigrants by creating opportunities for a

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