Factories boosted most of Americans economic standings one way or another

Factories boosted most of Americans economic standings one way or another. In the south, the cotton gin was created. They relied on this invention solemnly for their economy, although they still lacked revenue, compared to the north. The cotton they made was implemented into the factories in the north.2 Working conditions in the factories were dangerous and risky, with little pay and long hours. With the help of immigrants and refugees coming from Ireland and Germany, factories never had a hard time finding desperate Americans. The people who benefited the most from the factories were those who owned them. They received the most revenue and impacted the widening of a social gap. (Doc 2) However, those who owned the factories were only a small portion of the population. With the growth of factories came the growth of cities. The mass number of Americans desiring for a job started to accumulate for a large population in the advanced cities of America.3 Industrialization brought prosperity to the economy in many ways. (Doc.3)