The Dangers Of The Industrial Revolution

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The dangers of the industrial revolution is that the employees begin to hold less value in their pursuits and the employer begins to hold less value in the people they employ as everything becomes more mechanized. hard work become devalued as it can now be done at the push of a button. as industrialization continues there is less incentive to employ adult males as women and children work for even lower wages and there also little incentive to insure the safety of those who are employed as they can be replaced by anyone at anytime as the jobs that they do are not difficult and can be done by anyone willing to work for cheap.
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