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Working Conditions during the Industrial Revolution, Compare

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Brooke Beske

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Working Conditions during the Industrial Revolution and Current Day
Children were able to work in factories all around machinery without any protection.

Children were forced to work in hard, unhealthy conditions.
Not only were they just using children to work in factories, but they used many small girls too.
The factories people had to work in were dirty, cramped, and dangerous.
The factories from the Industrial Revolution were crowded, dirty, and all handled by people.
Today's factories are mainly handled by the machines themselves, and people just have to guide them along, with a small risk of injuring themselves.
The housing for the people of the Industrial Revolution was much like their working conditions; crowded and dirty.
The Industrial Revolution
Compared to today, where we sanitize everything before laying our hands on it.
In many of today's factories, filters are placed within the stacks to decrease pollution rising into the air.
Many of the positions they placed people and young children when mining was an extreme threat to their life.
Today safety measure are in place to ensure that danger coming to the workers is at a minimum.
Factories cause many people and children to be placed in dangerous positions. This child doesn't have any shoes on or any safety gear.
Our housing today is very spacious compared to those of the Industrial Revolution and extremely clean.
Mining was very dangerous in the Industrial Revolution with kids having to lug along coal in a dark, small tunnel with no protective gear to wear.
Mining today is very cautious work with much protective and preventive gear to wear.
Factories payed no mind to what the smoke from the stacks was doing to the air around them.
Where the people worked of the Industrial Revolution wasn't clean, sanitary, or organized.
Today in our work places, we make sure that everything is sanitary and clean enough for employees to work in.
When children, or adults, worked in factories, no safety precautions were taken. Girls wore long skirts and dresses that could get caught in the machinery and no helmets were worn.
Today if you are working in the food industry, or someplace that refuses anything to get dirty, hair nets and gloves are in place.
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