Second Industrial Revolution


The Second Industrial Revolution was a period when advances in steel production, electricity and petroleum caused a series of innovations that changed society. With the production of cost effective steel, railroads were expanded and more industrial machines were built. Women become a bigger part of the work industry, getting jobs as white collar workers including secretaries and clerks.








Categories: 19th century | 20th century | Economic history | History of Europe | History of technology | Innovation | Revolutions




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