How did Industrialization impact where people lived in the 1800s? A. People

How did Industrialization impact where people lived in the 1800s? A. People left the cities to live where it was cleaner. B. People moved to cities to get more jobs. C. People left cities to become farmers. D. People moved to cities to get an education.

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Solution 1

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The correct answer is B) people moved to cities to get more jobs.

Industrialization impacted where people lived in the 1800s in that they moved to cities to get more jobs.

Industrialization created a major impact in the life of humans and societies in America. After many years of farming and basing the economy in agriculture and handcrafting, industrialization represented a new opportunity to improve the economy.

Technology facilitated the construction of new machines in fabrics that allowed mass production, which means to produce more goods in a faster way with fewer costs. Industries needed workers and people moved from rural areas to larger cities because they wanted better jobs and better living conditions for their families. Lager cities became overpopulated.

Solution 2

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B because there were more factories and businesses opening in the cities so there were more jobs available.

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