The Role Of Factory Workers During The Industrial Revolution

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The industrial revolution was a time of many misfortunes.In the early 1800’s factories began to grow, making many young children work alongside of hundreds of men and women.In that time period countless children and adults were uneducated and did know how to read or write.They were stuck in a factory that paid very little money for their service and worked tiring hours with no free time be educated or to seek what they wanted to do with their life.The numerous hours that all of the employees worked made them slowly suffer.Many injuries happened like losing fingers, being sliced by a cotton gin, or death, by being crushed by falling wood or machinery.Overall the factory workers had many depressing deaths and hardships which have lead to workers rights today.…show more content…
Although many factory workers had many hardships working these long hours there came many benefits with working in a
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