The Industrial Revolution has been seen as one of the greatest events to occur in the history of modern society. The innovation of many new items that helped people perform certain duties more quickly, aimed the world to be able to create many more goods in a much shorter time period. Industrial Revolution impact on the world was that it launched the world economy into an uncontrollable situation, in which individuals had access to a much wider variety of goods and services given to them by businesses. The strike the event had on the worker’s life was not necessarily a good or bad thing. With the creation of new, more fast-paced technology, workers were able to more easily accomplish certain tasks that would been more timely to complete before the start of the Industrial Revolution, however there were some serious down side effects of such a quick invasion of technology. With these new practices and ideas put into the place of work, many workers were expected to be as productive as the new ways of producing a product or service, and as a result, their well-being was often overlooked. The Industrial Revolution has had effects on the entire population in almost every aspect of our lives, and will always be remembered as one of the major forces behind the way in which the modern economies of the world have been realized by developed nations. Prior to the Industrial Revolution, the merchandise that was produced by people...
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