The Great Depression
Workers' Yearly Wages
What happened to farm workers' wages during the 1920s?
What caused it? One thought could be the
drought in the Midwest dust bowl. It influenced more people to relocate into the city.
What happened to factory workers' wages during the 1920s?
What caused it? During World War One production rates were up. Production stayed high throughout the 20's, but the over production lead to the great depression when the stock market crashed in 1929.