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 given table illustrates the
of male and female workers and manufacturing units in England and Wales in 10 years intervals starting from 1851 to 1901. Overall,
the number
of factory employees dropped steadily throughout the provided period, whereas males were predominant
females in most years.
, the
of factories fluctuated but increase over 50 years. Looking at the table in more detail, in 1851 there were over 477,000 labours in England and Wales. A significant downward trend was depicted in the total
of employees and it had plummeted to just 61,000 by 1901. In terms of gender distribution, men outnumbered women except 1861, when there were over 131,000 men as compared to 160,000 women.
, the gap between two genders gradually narrowed. By 1901, it became inconsiderable where there were 31000 men and 30000 women workers.
In addition
, a seesaw trend in
a number
the number
of factories in England and Wales was observed over five decades. It was only 225 in England and Wales in the initial year. In the
decade, from 1861 to 1871, it dramatically increased and
it reached a peak at 722 in 1881. After that, in the
two decades, it dropped and had only 600 by 1901.
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