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Bipin Kanwar

on 22 February 2017

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-There was a lot poverty in the late 50's.

-As America moved to the industrial side of the world, many jobs had opened up.

-The economy became stronger and poverty had decreased, not eliminated.
Economic Growth
Labour
- Factory work includes long hours, low wages, and usually harsh working conditions.

-EG=youthful girls would work for 60 hours a week for 80 cents or less than 2 cents per hour.
Minimum Wage
-The unemployment rate in 1960 was 5.5%

- The unemployment rate of blacks and whites had a 7.5 difference
Inequality
-The inequality was between race

-People of colour found it harder to find jobs
compared to caucasian people.

-The people of colour who did find jobs were paid less

-Women also were paid less
By: Michaela, Bipin, Noor and Brianna
Economic Climate
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