"There is work that profits children, and there is work that brings profits only to employers. The object of employing children is not to train them, but to get high profits form their work." -Lewis Hine, 1908
The Industrial Revolution exploded first in Great Britain before it appeared in the United States. The new technology in the industry became an important factor for entrepreneurs. Samuel Slater, an expert in manufacturing, established mills and factories all over New England. Francis Cabot Lowell founded mills that processed cotton under one roof. Slater and Lowell are just one of the many who helped spread the new trend in business around the United States. The abundant natural resources, new inventions, and high consumer demands helped increase the influence of the new industrial ideologies
Sex industries are exploiting thousands to millions of children every day; children, as young as seven years old, are forced to have sex. This industry draws in about a million children each year. This industry is a multi-billion dollar sex trade. Tourists from all over come to foreign countries, where prostitution is an every day trade. Unfortunately for the millions of children, they can only hope for their government and their economy to help them out of this inhumane form of service.