Explain five results of the industrial Revolution in Europe during the 19th Century.
There was extensive use of machinery instead of human labour.
Use of steam power instead of water wind and animal power.
Establishment of factories in place of collage industries.
Production of goods in large quantities. (Mass production)
Use of iron and steel instead of wood
Growth of surplus capital for investment/capitalism.
Improved living standards/Employment.
High population growth rate.
Rural urban migration.
Improved transport system e.g. railway.
Utilization of scientific knowledge in production of goods.
Production of different types of goods / variety
Growth of towns / urbanization
Development of banking insurance industries.
Led to pollution
Led to the rise of trade unionism
Factory owners exploited workers/ poor working condition.
European economist were diversified / job specialization.
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