Jobs in the early half of the 1800s were drastically different from those in the latter
half of the ... What kinds of jobs were there in the 1800s?
Feb 15, 2008 ... what were some popular jobs people had in the late 1700s-1800s in England? ...
They preferred to spend their time on country estates and go ...
There were servants, slaves, blacksmiths, shopkeepers, farmers, working for the
post office, radio, newspaper, auto industry, working for the railroad, mining, ...
Nov 19, 2013 ... Teachers Factory Workers -With the industrial revolution, women were needed
for jobs especially in textile business -their small hands ...
During the latter part of the 1800s in the United States, industrialization came to
play a prominent role in the types of jobs people... ... In urban areas, there was an
increasing number of white-collar jobs such as bankers, newspaper publishers,
doctors, lawyers, ministers, ... What Were the Dangers of City Life in the 1800s?
By the middle of the 1800s, the U.S. Census Bureau was asking more ... group;
clerks, bookkeepers, collectors, and those of similar employment have been ...
Are there occupations that were more or less important than you would have
expected? ... reflects census officials' efforts to put the responses in some kind of
As millions of immigrants settled in New York City, the race for employment
began. ... prior to the late 1800s often stereotyped the new immigrants and their
lack of the ... However, the jobs which they were given consisted of some of the
The jobs allocated to children depended on their age and whether they were ....
What kind of jobs did Children have in America in the 1800s for child labor?
Daily life for women in the early 1800s in Britain was that of many obligations and
few choices. ... Women were completely controlled by the men in their lives. ...
Some of the jobs that were available to them were: domestic service, agricultural
Dec 3, 1996 ... ... 19-D (Solutions) GOOD AND BAD JOBS FOR IMMIGRANTS FROM GERMANY
IN 1850 ... smith, There were no electricians in 1850! tailor.