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What were the working conditions of sweatshops in the 1800s?

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The working conditions were horrible...yah..

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No, they have perfectly good working conditions. Kelly Holland xx


They now have better working conditions and dont exist as much anymore


Working conditions in the late 1800s had improved in some sectors. Due to the Industrial Revolution, there were a number of centralized and streamlined processes in place. This was especially true in the manufacturing and production sectors. Sadly, there were still countless sweatshops that exploited low income workers across the nation.


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Unions formed in the late 1800s because of unsafe working conditions. The factory workers wanted safer working conditions, shorter hours, and more pay


sweat shop is a factory that has poor working conditions, unfair pay, and generally employs children. Some companies have been accused of using sweatshops such as Nike although they claim to have improved working conditions according to federal regulations. There is no real accuracy in the information available because no company admits to using sweatshops, and some companies may not be aware. It has been good practice of companies to correct the issues that arise relating to the use of sweatshops.


Sweatshop Place of employment having unacceptable working conditions. Sweatshops are commonly characterized by low pay, poor working conditions, safety violations, and generally inhumane treatment of employees. Viper1


working conditions were very hard you worked long hours little pay and worked in dangerouse cramped unclean stations


they dont have money to much and they dont have transportation.


The AFL helped establish better working conditions in sweatshops and other work places.




the living conditions in the 1800s were: ?don't have a clue?


Obviously the workers making a dollar a day in those harse conditions.. and the everyday consumers who purchase those goods.



Living conditions for factory workers in the late 1800s were horrid. Many people had gotten injured from the machines that they worked on and were not treated. Some lossed body parts.


They organized strikes against poor working conditions and low wages.


Low wages, and long hours in unsafe working conditions.


dangerous working conditions and long hours of factory jobs in the 1800s


they wanted workers to have higher wages and safer working conditions


No. The aspect of a sweatshop is to have vulnerable people working long hours in very, very poor conditions for little money. In some countries children are working in these areas as young a 5 years old


They faced low wages and long hours in unsafe working conditions.


Working conditions began to improve for many workers.


Dangerous working conditions and long hour of factory Jobs in the 1800s


The end of World War 1 improved labor conditions in the U.S. This, however, was not true for sweatshops, which continued to see migrants working in poor conditions. For those in the blue and white collar sectors, however, pay increases and better working conditions were established across the nation.



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