At the very height of the Great Depression (1930-33) hardly any businesses did really well, and success was relative. As usual in such circumstances it was the 'new' industries that tended to do best, in particular: * Movies. Almost every town of any size saw the opening of new and bigger cinemas. 'Talkies' added to the popularity of the cinema. * Radio. In the 1930s radio became widely available to better paid workers. * Mass produced automobiles. (Not really a new industry, but a 'young' industry). * Electrical industries. During the 1930s most houses that weren't yet on mains electricity were connected. A huge range of companies did well as a result - ranging from the manufacturers of cables and light switches to those producing electric carpet sweepers and so on. * At the luxury end of the market, air travel did well - but it was still generally expensive and only for the few. * The very low interest rates encouraged house building, especially when it was clear that prices had stopped falling. * In Europe, Germany and then Britain spent huge sum on rearmament from about 1934 onwards.
During the great depression, foodstuffs, tobacco, amusements, public utility, and electrical equipment industries thrived. The shipping industry also thrived. Aristotle Onassis amassed a fortune in the shipping industry at the peak of the Great Depression.
Businesses closed during the Great Depression because they weren't realizing the revenue the needed to remain operational. During this time people weren't working so they couldn't spend money they didn't have.
There were no government incentives for businesses.
During the Great Depression in the USA, all types of business failures were commonplace. As banks failed, so did there business clients. Overall every industry was was adversely affected by that depression.
In the Great Depression, over 11,000 banks failed, and over one million family farms were lost.
Salons/barber shops and BARS
Profits were down because customers had no money.
Yes, there were bicycles during the great depression.
There was a Msrjet Crash during the great depression.
Migration rose during the Great Depression.
Yes, she was. The Great Depression lasted from 1929-1939 and Anne Frank was born on June 12th, 1929, just before the Depression started. The depression was even partially a reason for the war. Her father's business, which stumbled along fairly well as it was, would have thrived in a healthier economic climate.
it was not clean during the great depression
It was difficult to find a job during the Great Depression. Many businesses closed, or have to reduce operations. About 1 in 4 people had no job. Not easy at all.
Everybody during the great depression.
losing most of their income.
It happenes during the Great Depression.
People died during the Great Depression because of starvation.
What did some americans question during the great depression?
The great depression
It started charging higher tariffs and reducing taxes for businesses.
With no capital to increase production facilitites, and many businesses failed, there were far fewer jobs available.
Unemployment was everywhere during the Great Depression. What made the depression so great was that a larger than normal percentage of the population was not employed.
what did so many banks close during the great depression