Factories during the 19th century

factories conditions,job hours,

Factories during the 19th century were very dangerous. Men, women, and children worked in factories, while still going to school at night. They worked over 12 hours shifts. And paid very low to about nothing. Factories were no where near safe. People lost their arms and others body parts. Some even lost their lives, by falling into slag. One way to resolve the factory problems is by every months the state should do a safety check.