What did indentured servants do?

Indentured servants were slaves that got transported to colonies and they agree to work for a period of time
When people immigrated to another country, they were often poor. In exchange for their basic necessities, people would sign a contract with a land owner causing them to be indentured.

Indentured slaves are different from slaves in that indentured slaves voluntarily enter into a contract to work for another person. Slaves were bought and sold as property for the sole purpose of working the land for their master. Indentured servants could also be bought and sold however they had the luxury of freedom, however far away it was.

Indentured servants would most likely do hard labor such as working the land or cooking meals.