C. The development of the industrial revolution The industrial revolution that began in England then spread throughout Europe and various parts of the world. The following are the stages of development of the Industrial Revolution:
At this stage, people carry out economic activities from home with makeshift tools. The income that will be obtained later will be in accordance with its performance. In addition, business owners do not yet need to think about the place of work.
Entering this stage, industrial activity is already developing characterized by the presence of a workplace, for example, a factory or office. This is done to guarantee the quality of industrial products. The supervision can also be done easily.
Usually, manufacturing is located behind the house of the person who owns the factory. That way, the production is still not too much and only according to consumer orders.
At this stage, the industry began to use machines to produce goods. The workplace is no longer behind or near the business owner's house, but can be spread in other areas, for example in several locations within the city or outside
The impact of the industrial revolution
Social Perhaps this is the impact of the industrial revolution that we can most easily find in our activities. The industrial revolution is a process of changing the use of human labor into the use of machine technology, with this of course humans will be displaced and replaced by machines. The replacement of humans by machine technology will result in reduced human participation and interference in the industrial production process, so that jobs in the industrial field for humans will be reduced. In addition, this also has an impact on the incompatibility of the education system (especially in Indonesia) with the world of work.