All in all, the Industrial Revolution definitely made positive changes and bought benefits. No matter it was on agriculture or economic, the benefits it made were all becoming effective. Our modern life style is also affected by the revolution, for example: railroads and Morse code. With such a fast-paced development, it is hard for us now to imagine what will the world be in 50 years.
Great Britain’s imperialism and colonization of the majority of the world allowed the nation to gain access to a variety of natural resources, and increased revenue through taxes. It also greatly increased trade, as Great Britain opened up trade paths, and took control of many trade industries which greatly boosted the economy. With a stronger economy and increased money flow, there was an increase in consumer goods which was benefited by the fact that families had more money to spend on goods. In addition, there were higher wages, which was an incentive for people to innovate and join the workforce. The economy also experienced an increase with the rapid population growth of the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries, which led to a larger work force, allowing the innovations of the Industrial Revolution to become major manufacturing tools and to create factories and assembly lines.
Crops that were grown consisted of turnips, barley, clover, wheat. This improvement in farming caused a population explosion, which soon led to a higher demand for goods. The new means of production demanded new kinds of skills, new regulation in work, and a large labor force. The goods produced met immediate consumer demand and also created new demands. In the long run, industrialization raised the standard of living and overcame the poverty that most Europeans, who lived d... ... middle of paper ... ...ndustrialization spread to the United States then across Europe.
This was generally caused by better agricultural practices around Europe, ranging from the use of dikes and dams by the Dutch, or the mixing of planting soil in Britain. This caused the huge population boost, allowing for both the workers and the buyers in the newly emerging marketing economy. This population boost was drast... ... middle of paper ... ...ded food to live. The new heightened amount of raw goods being processed allowed England to become a much more export based economy, Exotic goods, brought in from Asia, South America, and Africa, were widely consumed. Grain moved into the country in years of scarcity and out in years of abundance.
The growth of these HPAEs is highly unusual in the developing world. They are highly diverse in culture, resources and population yet they are banded together with some characteristics. They have all had rapid sustained growth with highly equal income distributions. Strong agriculture, rapid demographic changes and export booms. There are two main views of how the HPAEs were so successful.
Throughout the 18th century, after a long period of enclosures, new farming systems formed an agricultural revolution that produced more crops to feed the growing population. In the beginning of the 19th century, land was of great political and economic significance the aristocracy and gentry owned much of the countryside, and their renters farmed and raised livestock. New tools, fertilizers and harvesting methods were familiarized, resulting in more productivity. Agriculture remained a main provider of employment, and was supported by the industry. By the middle of the18th century, the growth of the population and growing fore...
(Bailey) Overall, the Industrial Revolution brought more money to North America which caused the country to flourish and it kept the country alive and helped it grow to what it is today. The Industrial Revolution, in my belief, was the most important thing that ever happened to America. The country needed money and the Industrial Revolution brought the money which it needed. The cities began to grow because of the people moving to the factories. The amount of jobs also grew and this was good for the society.
Today, as new technologies are arriving to the market faster than ever before and the world is becoming more connected. There is a necessity to develop the right tools and solutions to deliver the best value to the customers. In any sector of the economy, this necessity is driven by innovation in process, products and services with the objective to enhance the experience and value to the customer. In this context, innovations in the healthcare industry have allowed to get better quality of life, diagnostic, and treatment options that enhance the life expectancy of millions of people around the world. Also, economic globalization and advances in technology have significantly increased market competitiveness.
This brought expansion in commerce within Great Britain that lead to Britain becoming the strongest economic power of its time. After the British defeat during the American Revolutionary War, almost one hundred thousand peop... ... middle of paper ... ...ods from all across the globe and integrated them into the British economy. The enlargement of different industries caused the British economy to grow, and for many jobs to be created, which increased the standard of living for the people. All of these factors caused the commercial expansion during the Victorian Era, and aided in its remembrance as one of the greatest and most prosperous eras in British history. Works Cited Crouzet, François.
• Because of the Industrial Revolution population skyrocketed and the general health of people increased, creating a stronger, and more easily educated workforce. A. Thesis: The Industrial Revolution brought about a larger, more capable workforce of citizens, raised the quality of life, and civilized extensively the people of not only Great Britain, but eventually surrounding countries, proving the changes it brought about to be exceptionally valuable. II. Body Paragraph #1: A. Main idea/topic: With the Industrial Revolution’s advancements also came a copious new supply of medical knowledge, which when paired with an increase in food production, raised the infant mortality rate and increased human life expectancy greatly.