The table below describes the number of employees and factories in England and Wales from 1851 to 1901. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The table below gives information about the number of male, female and total employees and factories in England and Wales between 1851 and 1901. During these 50 years, male and female labour in factories decreased: at the beginning, a large number of men worked in factories compared to women. Both trends declined showing a final rate to about 30.000: while men diminution showed fluctuation, women employment gradually declined. According with gender trends, total employment felt down throughout the given period; from 1851 to 1861, there was a dramatic decline of about 100.000 employers while from 1871 it decreased gradually with an end-point rate of 61.000. In conclusion, opposite to employment trend, the number of factories increase over the 50-year period from 225 to 600. An instability growth is illustrated with plateau in the first ten-year and a significant increase in the last period although a fluctuation during 1871 to 1881.