- $0.25 a day for a children, sometimes nothing (£30 a month)
- Works hours and days
- 14 hours a day, six days a week (16 hours)
- Health benefits
- They get typhoid, Smallpox, and cholera
- Physical environment
- Many of the children got broken legs arm and many thing, physical deformities.
- Accidents, One hospital reported that every year it treated nearly a thousand people for wounds and mutilations caused by machines in factories, accidents are continually occurring.
- Working age
- They all let children to do the work.
- most factories were “dirty; low-roofed; ill-ventilated; ill-drained; no conveniences for washing or dressing; no contrivance for carrying off dust and other effluvia.
- obtain children from orphanages and workhouses, then paid between £2 and £4 for each child they employed.
- food tended to get covered with the dust from the cloth, oatcake all the time
This is the laws in 1800 for protecting the sweatshop’s worker.