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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 latex tapped from natural NATURAL RUBBER INDUSTRY C = Total number of slavesthat survived when bring back rubber.R = Number of slaveswho died trying to bring back rubber. REFINERY rubber tree natural gas pertroleum rubber(NR) PETROCHEMICAL naptha PLANT ethylene benzene monomers styrene propylene isoprene butadiene synthetic TR IR NBR BR SBR rubbers CR EPR synthetic latex SYNTHETIC RUBBER INDUSTRY C R Was All of This Worth It? -Working conditions were often unsanitary and the work dangerous.-Education suffered because of the demands of work.-Home life suffered as women were faced with the double burden of factory work followed by domestic chores and child care.-Men assumed supervisory roles over women and received higher wages.-Unsupervised young women away from home generated societal fears over their fate.-As a result of the need for wages in the growing cash economy, families became dependent on the wages of women and children Industrial Revolution provided independent wages, mobility and a "better standard of living". The Industrial Revolution in part was fueled by the economic necessity of many women, single and married, to find waged work outside their home. In 1833, the Factory Act was passed to place restrictions on working hours of children, and set standards that factories needed to attain. However, these changes were basically good and led to new and better ways for businesses to achieve success. Green- 14% of workers under the the age of 14 working in factories. Red- 86% of workers over the age of 14 working in factories. In the time of the Industrial Revolution, the children of the families who moved to the crowded cities had their work situation go from bad to worse. In rural areas, children would have worked long hours with hard work for their families farms, but in the cities, the children worked longer hours with harder work for large companies. Harsher treatment, fewer rewards and more sickness and injury came from poorly regulated child labor. Child labor today is still apart of many economies. 59,600 of the workers in the U.S. are under 14 and many other countries have huge child labor troubles. Child labor came from the Industrial Revolution and is still around today. Children were paid 1/10 of what men were paid. since children were paid 1/10 of what men were paid factories started hiring children more often. 2/3's of the employment were children 1750's 1830's Children were paid 1/10 of what men were paid.
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