The table illustrates how many male and female workers were employed in British and Walsh factories from the year 1851 to 1901.
The table illustrates how many male and female workers were employed in British and Walsh factories in the years from 1851 to 1901. In general, the amount of male and female labours experienced a downward trend throughout the period, but the account of factories significantly increased with a fluctuating trend.
The table depicts the number of male and female employees and industrial units in two different nations between 1851 and 1901.
The table provides data on how many male and female employees worked in factories in the UK in England and Wales in six separates year, five decades apart, starting 1851.