From what I read of The Jungle, I think that the meat was treated better because of how poor the conditions were for the workers. For example, as seen in the book, the main character's father, died because of the horrible work surroundings, and readers also see how that effected the family so much. Other than that, readers can also see that the worker's aren't provided any gear that would protect them while working, which can also get them sick.
Based on what I've read in "The Jungle" I believe meat was treated better than the workers. In the novel, we see dirty working areas that sometimes hospitalize workers, bosses who take advantage of the poor workers, unfair wages, and when the workers complain to officials like superintendents; they do nothing about it and merely don't care.
In my opinion, I think that the meat was treated better than the worker. The working conditions were really bad for the workers. They didn't have proper sink to wash off the blood and they don't have proper clothes to wear when working. This can affect their health. While working hard, the workers get paid very little and some of them still have to give up some of money. The meat was worth money while the workers can be replaced one by one.
I believe that in "The Jungle", the meat was treated better than the worker. The workers had to work in unsanitary conditions, like not being able to wash their hands, as well as workers who were working in the fertilizer factory breathing in chemicals everyday. Many workers got sick from these conditions and subsequently died as a result. Many of the workers were also working for small wages and some people, such as the main character's father, had to give up a portion of his wages just to be able to work.
In my opinion, the meat is treated better. Don't get me wrong, the poor animals get sliced and stuff are really inhuman but literally the workers are really being treated for the lack of better words, horribly. They were underpaid, the work place are usually unsanitary, bad bosses, and so much more that I just don't want to say because it hurts me to imagine how much men, women, and children have to suffer because monopolists are greedy.
I believe that in the novel, "The Jungle", the meat was treated better than the worker. The workers worked in very unsanitary conditions, without being able to clean/disinfect themselves while they were working. In addition, many workers got sick from this and eventually died. Moreover, they are treated horribly by their bosses and people with more power than them. They don't care about the workers well-being. They pay them however much they want to, there are unfair wages, and even after all this the workers come back to work again because they need the money. This was the so called "American Dream."
We are enjoying all these comments on the blog. Even though the workers according to alot of the post were not treated equally what could the bosses of the meatpacking industry have done to make this a fairer situation? Would money have made up the difference for these workers?
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I think that the meat was treated better than the workers because the workers had to work in poor, dirty conditions and were paid very low wages for dangerous work. These working conditions also risk the workers health and if they get sick, miss too many days, and possibly die they get cut from work and replaced. Also, the managers and superintendents don’t care about the workers at all, they just care about the profits they make out of the workers.
Based on what I read in the jungle I he meat was treated way better than the workers because the workers were in unsanitary conditions that didn’t let them wash their hands and they would get sick from not being able to wash their hands.Also the workers would risk many things like getting sick from unsanitary conditions for low pay.
The meat is treated better because the workers work in unsanitary conditions and they aren't treated well and they receive low pay.
from what I read in The Jungle, the meat was treated better then the meat workers. The unsanitary conditions and low pay left the workers smelling, bloody, and they couldn't even wash their hands. if the workers get sick (which they most likely will) they are fired from the jobs and cannot get another no matter how many years of experience they have. The large companies care more about their product then the workers making it, so they put the workers in terrible conditions just to make their product the most desirable.
The book shows that the meat was treated better than the workers.The work condition were really unsanitary, not being able to wash their hand . They were underpaid, many workers got sick, some even died. They were all very replaceable in the boss's eyes and didn't care for the workers.
I think the meat was treated better because the workers were getting payed so little for the work they do. They also were working in a unsanitary environment. They didn't have any gear that would protect them and they can get sick.
The meat was getting treated better because the workers was suffering in unsanitary conditions and was not able to wash their hand or anything so they can get sick and die.
In the jungle, the meat was practically treated better than the workers. The meat was inspected and treated to be good food, while the workers were working in unsanitary and unsafe enviroments. Many of the companies care much more about the profit aka the meat, other than the workers. Many were paid low wages and couldn't say anything about it because they wanted a job.
the meat, the workers worked in unsanitary environments and were payed very low wages, and were expected to show up to work no matter how sick and unwell they were or they would lose their job
this is a tough one because although the animals are getting chopped and sliced into pieces, it was dead to begin with, so it doesnt matter. but for the workers, however, they arent getting paid and treated correctly and i think thats a problem because they have bills to pay, especially the ones they dont know about.
From what I've read and know, I think the meat do get treated better than the workers, because even when they go bad, workers try to preserve them and add good meat to sell. Even though this is for the sake of money making, it still goes to show that more care is given to the meat than workers. When workers are sick or die from working in these poor conditions, the business owners just find replacement and don't give it a second thought.
The meat was treated better because from what i'm seeing the workers are in bad working conditions they get sick they don't really have what they need to be protected and to be well because they are working in nastyness and bad working conditions
In the novel "jungle" I believe that the meat being produced and processed was treated better than the actual workers. this is shown by the fact of highly unsanitary working conditions, and mistreatment of workers. If a worker became ill, it was not for the sake of the company to treat that worker correspondingly. However, if the meat being processed was mistreated, the processing company would help fix that.
The workers are treated worse than the meat. The meat is already dead, while the workers have unfair wages, had to work in unsanitary and unsafe conditions, and were replaced if they complained about it.
I believe that in the book "The Jungle" the meat was treated better than the workers. The workers are working in harsh unsanitary conditions to earn a few cents and are treated as machines. The father even died because of the poor working conditions. Moreover, when someone was seen as being unfit for the job, he or she was immediately fired and replaced as though workers for dispensable machines. The bosses of the workers also seem to neglect the situation even when it is reported. The workers are working in such harsh conditions that unions have been formed for better conditions and better payment.
in my opinion i feel like the meat was getting treated better than the workers because of the fact that workers work in unsanitary conditions and they aren't getting paid enough, as well as not being treated well.
In my opinion, the meat was treated better than the workers in 'The Jungle'. The working conditions were terrible, and if a worker was ill because of the work, they did, the company did not treat it as their responsibility. For example, the main character's father, was working with boots yet his feet were still burnt by the acid, and the company did nothing to resolve the issue, seeing as there were many others before him. The meat on the other hand, is in an orderly manner, making sure it doesn't go bad, whilst the workers are working in terrible conditions, they are at risk for health issues daily.
In my opinion, In the novel "The Jungle", The Meat was treated better than the workers showed by terrible working conditions and huge scams, Including how they were not held responsible for during-work injuries
In my opinion, I believe that the meat was treated way better than the workers working at the factory because the workers were forced to work in unsanitary conditions while being underpaid and unaccommodated. Workers are not even allowed to wash their hands and don't have enough time to eat lunch. In addition, If one of the workers got injured while working, the bosses would not care as they only see them as work machines and would most definitely replace them if their injury gets in the way of work.
I think the meat are treated better than the workers because for the meat it is what the company needs to earn money so they treat it very well. Unlike the workers there are many in line to get a job so they don't care if one dies.
I think the meat was treated better because the worker was working in uncleaned area while the meat was wash and clean to sell to different people. in addition, the worker were underpaid, and the woman that were working did something to keep there jobs.
i think the meat was treated better then the worker because most of the workers were clean were dying from working in uncleaned places and that not right they should be treating the workers with respect. the meat was cleaned washed treated nice and clean and was sold good the workers were underpaid.
In my opinion, I believe that the meat was being treated better then the workers. The workers had to work long hours doing physical labor, and the pay wasn't the best. Furthermore, the workers had to work in dangerous conditions. For example, Jurgis Rudkus's father, Antanas Rudkus worked in a part of the meat factory where he had to sweep the remains of the meat into a gutter. Due to the fact that the factory wasn't clean as it should be, the chemicals on the floor went through Anatanas's shoes and into his body, who sadly died a few days/weeks after being infected. Anatanas Rudkus was just one of the many workers who had to face such dangerous working conditions in the factory. Thus, I believe that the workers were being treated worse than the cows.
It's tough to say! Although sick animals were sold as healthy ones and stuff that was on the floor was used in the meat, I think the meat was treated better. After all, the meat was the product that brought in the money, so it's natural that at the time, with very little protections for workers, that the meat was treated better. Not only that, but also the terrible working conditions, on and off of the job. You're working? Nice, you get miniscule wages, not to mention the horrible things you have to go through on a daily basis at work. You're off the job? If you're sick, have fun keeping that job and not getting replaced by someone else! Literally any other reason you're not working? Same for you! Yay! In short, no job security, abysmal wages, and deplorable wages make me think that the meat was better off than the worker at these despicable meatpacking factories of the Progressive Era.
In my opinion, the meat is treated better than the workers because, apparently, the whole execution part of the process, only takes a couple of moments. Also, the workers knock out the animals first, allowing them to be unconscious while they are killed. Also, the meat in the factory is also being processed by very skilled workers, who have probably worked at the factory for a very long time, and have had a lot of practice, getting precise cuts and stuff like that. BUT, the workers have to essentially wade around in the animals blood and chemicals and other toxic stuff, that stuff can even burn through boots and your feet. Also, the workers are barely given any lunch time (like us) and lunch time is very important as it gives time for you to refuel, and rest for the rest of the day. The workers also may be processing diseased meat without any protection, so that is also a danger.
I believe that in 'The Jungle', the meat was treated better than the workers that were processing them because of the terrible working conditions in the factory. In the book, it shows the dad of the main character pass away because of the dangerous chemicals on the floor that is mixed in with the blood. This causes the shoes to melt and cause harm to the feet, they also have to buy their own pair of boots themselves. The factory doesn't provide anything else apart from the tools needed for the job, safety gear isn't really included. It is also difficult to wash themselves whenever they are on break which makes it very unhealthy and dangerous. Sickness can start spreading and people will easily lose their jobs because of unfair bosses.
I think the meat has better treatment because the workers were paid a very low price and the meat is cut up washed and everything else that you perpair meat to sell and that is why I think the meat is getting better treatment.
I believe that the meat was treated better because they were treated with care whilst the workers were treated in ways that are unbelievable. They had to work long hours with little pay. Because of working all of these hours their physical and mental health weren't in the best condition. In one case Rudkus's father, Ananas Rudkus work in the same meat factory where the floor was covered with horrible chemicals that ate through Ananas's boot eventually infecting him. He died some time after. There were many other people and families who have experienced the same thing they have. Therefore, the meat in the factories were treated nicer then the workers processing the meat.
In "The Jungle", the meat in the factories was handled better than the workers. From the fictional place, Durham, the company made sure the workers processed the meat at a quick pace, but paid them very low salaries. Adding on, the workers were fired if they couldn't keep up with the pace, and if one was sick, they would be replaced without second thought.
Though I believe, neither the meat or the workers were treated "well", because the factories processed diseased cattle, so their products were not always fine quality. But the meat was still put at higher priority than the workers.
in the jungle, the meat was clearly treated better than the humans because the humans had really poor conditions in working and the meat didn't really have any of that because they were just in a tight space for a couple of hours or days and then they were killed, so all their pain went away. while the workers couldn't do anything to fix their situation because it was either work in those conditions with poor rent or starve.
In this situation, both the meat and workers aren't treated even close to well. Although there were meat being picked off the ground that contained diseases, the workers manage to be put in a worse condition than the meat. From this novel, you can see workers frequently getting sick and being put into a potentially life threatening situation just to get a measly wage. Their work conditions are unsanitary and even shops try to kick these workers out for the smell as "it's bad for business."
I believe that the meat is being treated 10 times better then the workers because the animals are being taking out of there misery wile the workers are having to suffer and die slowly painful deaths from all the diseases they are getting from all the blood and bacteria. a peace of evidence that i have found was "And of course, they'll all be cheated fro tuberculosis".
In my opinion, when reading "The Jungle" the meat was treated better than the worker. All of the companies always look for young and strong people who can keep up the pace but they were still paid an extremely low salary. They were also working in unsanitary conditions. In the novel one of the characters passed away due to the chemicals on his feet while working barefoot.
In the book "The Jungle" the meat was treated better then the workers because the industries always made sure that the meat was highly processed and is in the best quality in order to make traditional recipes using modern methods. But as for the workers, they had to work for long hours in unsanitary conditions, had a small amount of time for break/lunch, and there were no protective gears for them to use while working. For example, Jurgis's father died because of the chemicals he had to stand in all day, that scraped through his boots to his feet and the awful smell. And Jurgis works in the fertilizing industry with only a piece of cloth to cover the stench. If the bosses would care more about the workers and provide them with free protective gears and better wages, the meatpacking industries would have been a fairer situation.
I think the meat was treated better than the workers were. First, employees were paid less than minimum wage. Women were paid less than men. In addition, people worked in poor conditions. For example, one of the characters was given the incorrect amount of money in her paycheck and fought for equal pay. Later, she was fired. Second, when hired, they were ordered to start working right away without training. There were no excuses. If a worker got sick, they would be fired. If a worker had a baby, they had to return after a short period of time. At some point in the book, another character was paid 50 cents an hour to work with sick animals.
In “The Jungle”, the meat was treated way better than the workers. Workers had to endure insanitary working conditions which led them to get sick or injured. Jurgis’s father was a part of the unfortunate few that died as a result from this. He worked as a janitor for a meatpacking company and the chemicals on the ground burned his feet as he was working barefoot. In addition, Jurgis worked in fertilizer plant where workers had to endure the foul-smelling and suffocating dust entering their lungs. Plus, some workers did not get paid for their work and were mistreated.
From what I’ve seen in “The Jungle” I would assess that the meat is treated better than the worker. In the eyes of the managers, the people who run the factories and get the profits, money is key. And what makes them money? The meat. Thus, they have to keep the meat is pristine condition, making sure that it meets the customer’s standards, so they’ll come back for more. The workers themselves are dispensable, easy to get new ones. And because of the greedy traits of the managers, they will cut costs to the bitter end. The workers are payed barely anything, and the working conditions are incredibly unsanitary.
I think the meat is treated better than workers because the worker only pays little money and the company doesn't care if the worker gets an injury from it. Also, the worker can't even wash their hands and it will affect their health.
I believe the meat was treated better because the workers were forced to work in filthy/unsanitary conditions and they were paid low wages.
In my opinion, I think that the meat was treated better than the worker. This is because the working conditions were terrible for the workers, and the workplaces were usually unsanitary. When Jokubas laughs at the “Wash your hands” sign, it shows how even basic sanitary things such as washing hands weren’t done. Also, when Jurgis wants to wash his hands and when he gets home to explain why there's blood on him (because there was only one clean place the everyone had to use), it shows furthermore how unsanitary the work conditions were.
i think that the meat was treated better than the workers because the company cared more about their produces and not their workers. The workers have to work in dirty conditions and weren't payed a lot. The bosses could also fire the workers whenever they wanted,
Based off of "The Jungle" I feel like the meat at the factory was treated better than most of the workers. That's because the higher ups in the business care more about their product than their workers because to them the workers are expendable while the meat gives them money. Not only that but they don't care about the workers except for the fact that they help make the higher ups money.
i think that the meat is treated better then the people because the meat at least has value. when the people get sick or die, they get replaced right away and the meat is still being produced with or without the person who got hurt. the dad was standing in chemicals that killed his legs and then killed him. even though he was hurt, he got replaced and the meat was still produced. people in the book loose jobs once they get hurt because they have no value to the bosses of those big companies. they just want to make profit.
Based on what I've read in "The Jungle" I think that the meat was treated better than the workers. The workers are working in terrible conditions with chemicals on the floor breaking their shoes and hurting their feet and inhaling these chemicals are dangerous. Many of the workers are hospitalized. Also we see that the workers aren't even getting any fair wages and some barely have enough to live. We also see that the workers get cheated off their money and when they complain to the superintendent nothing changes.
In my opinion, in the jungle, I think that the meat is treated significantly better than the workers because of how poor the working conditions were. for example n the jungle there are many accounts of workers being abused, raped, and mistreated by the higher-ups in the working environment. in addition, the harsh working conditions that the workers had to work in didn't bother the superiors, they didn't give them any proper gear, no breaks from work, and just wanted to use the workers for work.
In the Jungle, meat was definitely treated better than the worker. As stated by the boss of Durham meat, workers were easily replaceable and meant nothing if they died or got sick. All the bosses wanted was profit. This leads me to believe that meat was treated better because it had value, unlike the workers.
Based on the graphic novel, I think the meat was treated better than the workers because while the meat had to go through just a bit of suffering before they were killed and processed, the workers had to go through struggle over and over. In addition, the animals themselves weren't really mistreated or abused, they were dead before their meat got processed and made into products. The workers had to go through mistreatment day after day at their jobs.
In The Jungle the meat was treated better than the workers. For example the meet was catered to, while the workers were working in basic sweatshops but for meat. The chemicals on the ground harmed them and many workers were hurt, Which is terrible.
In "The Jungle", I think the meat was treated better in comparison to the workers. The conditions for the workers were unsanitary and very low paying. If the workers had to take a sick day, they were fired from their jobs and replaced immediately. I do think the animals were treated badly as well but its disgusting to see and hear about what the workers had to go through just to provide for their families.
In "The Jungle", I believe that the meat way treated way better than the workers. The conditions alone for the workers were so unbearable and unsanitary. Not to mention that it also pays very poorly. Even just comparing to when the animal was still alive, it probably has better conditions than the workers at home.
In the jungle, I think that the meat was treated better then the worker because the meat had to be treated well so the customers would enjoy the meat but the workers were replaceable so they didn't have to treat the workers well and made them work in unsanitary conditions
In the Jungle, I believe that the meat was getting treated better than the worker because the people who run the place don't care about the worker they only care when they get their paycheck and since they don't care about their worker they leave them in a harsh environment to work and even under pay them for their work when they are risking their own life and health just because the people who run the place only care about money
In "The Jungle", I believe meat was treated better than the workers. You can see that the workers are working in a very unsanitary environment and how the owners or their boss doesn't care if they die as long as their company makes a profit. The workers are getting paid unfairly.
In the jungle the meat was treated better that the workers. you can see this base on how the workers were treated. the workers had terrible working conditions and were under paid.
In my opinion I think the meat was treated better than the humans. Humans were putting so many hours of labor into stinky and unsanitary environments, and getting underpaid. For example, they couldn't even wash their hands and some didn't have enough time eat because they were put on tight schedule working every single day controlled by the cruel bosses who ran over them.
I think that the meat was treated better than the workers. The workers were payed so little, and they were "disposable", as in the company didn't care about the worker, they just wanted the work done so they could make more money. They didn't acknowledge that the working conditions were unsanitary and unsafe, endangering the workers.
In the Jungle, the meat was treated better because the workers were being paid very low wages to work in dangerous conditions with nothing to fall back on if they got sick or fired. The company only cared about profit and while the meat was mostly handled carefully, the workers were treated more like parts of a machine, easily replaceable.
In the jungle, the meat was treated better than the workers. The companies who owns the factories only care about the money they get, they don't care about the workers because they are easily replaceable since a lot of immigrants need a job.
I think equally because the meat is being mixed with bad meat making most of the meat bad while the workers were being paid very very little for a lot of meat packing.
I think the meat was treated better than the workers because the workers had to work long hours and they got paid very little. Also when a worker got sick the company didnt care and would fire them, but when the meat goes bad the company goes and checks it.
Based on what I've read, the meat is treated better than the workers because the workers worked many hours for low wages under unsanitary conditions
In my opinion, in "The Jungle" the meat was treated better than the workers because in the company's view, the meat is more important than the workers. They didn't care about whether the workers are working in sanitary and whether the workers are healthy. While the workers work in unsanitary conditions for low wages, the meats are cleaned, cut and packed at a whole factory system.
in the novel, The Jungle, I think the meat was treated better than the workers. they got paid very little for doing so much only for a few cents and a dollar. they worked in horrible states aswell. since people were eager to get a job, it was always easy to replace another worker, they only cared about the money, not the workers. therefore, i think that the meat was handled better than the workers.
in my opinion, the meat gets treated better than the workers because the workers work in very dirty and disgusting areas. many workers got ill or even died because of the chemicals.
In my opinions the meats are treated better. The workers are working in really dirty conditions. Also they have to buy their own boots and they end up being burned because the chemical on the floor and it ends up giving there feet's illness
After reading the book "In The Jungle", The meat was treated better than the worker because workers who got tired were vulnerable which will eventually cause them to be fired. However, the meat had to be cut with precision and were packaged. Since the product is what the monopolist profits from they will most likely spend their attention and treat the meat better than a worker. Their workers can always be replaced, however, their reputation can't.
In my opinion, I think that they both weren’t treated well because the meat was kept in a unsanitary place and the workers were payed very little for all the hard-work they did. But if I had to chose a side, I would say that the meat was treated better because of how poorly they were treated.
In that book "The Jungle," I believe that the meat was treated better than the workers because they had to work long hours for extremely low wages (30 cents an hour). Although the animals were being slaughtered, they did not suffer for as long as the workers did. These workers were often forced to do unsanitary jobs which caused them to get sick often.
In my opinion, the meat was treated better. Workers had to work in unsanitary conditions which causes them to get sick. Also they would get paid very little even though they work very hard. The meat was treated better by getting fed well, and even though they were killed they died fast.
i think that the meat was treated better then the workers because the workers where all not getting paid well for what they where doing they where getting paid 30 cent a hour for all that work they did and then the work place was not sanitary whatsoever to the point where people where getting sick constantly and they would work long hours and the meat is getting feed and taken good care before they are kill but they where still getting better treatment then the workers
From what I read and know from “the jungle” the meat was treated better than the workers because companies had the meat to be of “nice quality” as well as presentable for the buyers. But workers worked in horrible conditions, some had to work in chemicals that were dangerous to inhale and burned through their shoes. Workers got sick often from that but were replaceable like everyone else. Many higher up’s took advantage of workers paying unfair wages and assaulting them.
I believe that the meat is being treated better then the workers, but not by much. While it is true that the workers are slaving away in terrible working conditions that would OSHA have a stroke, the meat is also being held and processed in the same unsanitary location. However the workers also have to deal with possibilities of being fired and getting sick. While the meat is dead and not as expendable to the company.
I think the meat was treated better because the workers had to work in horrible conditions with bad pay while the animals, who weren't treated well either, didn't live in conditions as bad as the workers.
I think the meat is better treated than the worker because workers have unclean areas and they can get fired for being out of work for more then a day.
In my opinion, based on what I have read in "The Jungle" meat was treated better than the worker. Companies often replace sick and old workers. Companies often use meat that are not clean.
in my opinion the meat was treated better.in the graphic novel "the jungle" the workers were in very dirty and dangerous working conditions. the workers were underpaid for the hard work they did and most got sick.
i think the meat was treated better because the working conditions were terrible and the workers were getting paid very low even if they worked more. the companies didnt care about their workers and replaced them if they ever got sick.
In the book “ The Jungle” I feel like the meat was treated better than the workers because the working conditions in the area were really bad and some workers might get injured or sick. But the bosses and others don't care and will just replace the workers that are sick. Like the workers are just an object and once it's broken they can replace it. Also sometimes the bosses might cut like 1/3 of the workers' wages.
the meat was treated better because the working conditions in the area were really bad, the workers were like objects to them and they did not care if they die aslong as they had workers working on the meat
In my opinion, based on what I've read in "The Jungle", the meat was treated better than the worker because the workers faced unethical working conditions. For example, Jurgis' father died after getting a foot infection from the chemicals he stood in all day when he worked at the Durham meat-packing company. Any processes the animal goes through when it's dead isn't unjust because the animals has no rights. However, the workers are human beings that are being exploited. For example, Marija is underpaid for the amount of cans she paints, but the superintendents take no action when she files a complaint. When Jurgis twists his ankle after a loose cow nearly runs over him, he is laid off for taking a few months off of work. When employers have milked out as much hard labor as they can out of the workers, they're replaced by another hard-working immigrant, determined to achieve the American dream- just to find out America isn't the land of opportunity for everyone.
In my opinion I believe that, in "The Jungle", the meat was treated better than the worker because the animals would be well fed and treated when the worker have to work in a situation where there is a risk of injuring.
i think that the meat was treated better because the workers was working in ever bad conditions and lot of the worker was getting ill. but the meat was kill in mins so it didn't really hurt and when they were cutting up the animals it didn't hurt because they were died.
In my opinion, the meat was treated better. The animals were fed well, and when got a quick death. On the other hand, the workers had to work everyday for a very low pay. The workers also had to work in unsanitary conditions, which would lead to a slow and painful death. Furthermore, the workers were manipulated with very small payments.
Based on what I read in the jungle I he meat was treated way better than the workers because the workers were in unsanitary conditions that didn’t let them wash their hands and they would get sick from not being able to wash their hands.
In the book "The Jungle" I think the meat was treated better than the workers since almost each worker was sick from working and the working conditions were even worse, Hence workers nearly dying.
In the book "The Jungle" i believe that the meat was treated better than the workers. The factory owners and managers are only worried about themselves and the profits and its more expensive to treat workers better and treating the workers better doesn't give them any profit while treating the meat better gets them profit
In the jungle, meat is actually treated better than workers. Workers work in unsanitary conditions and they are not paid enough and better.
From what I read of The Jungle, I think that the meat was treated better because of how poor the conditions were for the workers. we see messworking areas that sometimes hospitalize workers, bosses who take advantage of the poor workers, unfair wages, when the workers complain to officials like superintendents,the're allindifferent,as if's none of their business.
In my opinion, I believe that the meat was treated better than the workers. The workers had to work under unsanitary conditions where they get paid very little when they work for long hours. They aren't allowed to wash their hands, gets sicks often, and when they get their pay check, there is often money missing. When they go ask the bosses to look into it, the bosses say they will but they don't. The bosses only cared about their profits and the workers were eventually fired if they don't listen.
in my opinion i think that meat is being treated better than the work lus they don't get payed enough
the meat is being treated better because the pig or hog get knocked out and when they get cut open the hog. it wont feel pain because the hog was knocked out while the workers are slowly feeling pain. when one of the workers get hurt they only get one week off when the doctor said 2 month off. this is why i think the meat is being treated better
i think the meat was treated better then the workers.it's because the workers worked for a long amount of time just to get paid a few cents.Also you shouldn't get sick due to your job.The job should have a place to clean your hands not only in one place.Their boss would only care about what they got done and not the health of the workers.it's not fair that some people had to deal with a medical issue and needed to get surgery which took at least two months to heal yet they gave them 2 weeks and if they don't come they would lose their job.
I think the meat was treated better than the worker because worker had work in unsanitary places, and cause them to get sick. Worker are paid less even though they work for long hours and in unsanitary places. Owners of the company fired workers when ever they want, and so if a worker offend the boss they will be kick out. When worker filed complaints about the unfair treatment they were ignored. In the jungle, people was injured and have a injected wound because of the unsanitary and dirty places. Worker was treated much more horribly than meat.
Based on the book, "The Jungle", I believe that the meat was treated better than the workers because the workers had to endure the horrible working conditions. The workers earned less than minimum wage from overworking. Moreover, the bosses can replace one easily with another desperate worker if they aren't suitable for the job. The father also died from the chemicals he stood in from his job to help support his family. Many strikes show that these workers were treated very unfairly.
based on the book, i think that the meat was treated better than the workers. even if the animals were not treated well and the meat was contaminated, the meat was treated better. the working conditions were horrible and people died because of the unsanitary conditions.but the companies only cared about the meat because it made money, so the meat was treated better
I think the meat were treated better than the workers and The Jungle clearly shows that. The Jungle showed how workers were under unbearable conditions and not getting paid as much as they should since the bosses likes to take advantage of them.
Overall both the meat and workers are treated similar.
They are crowded into horrible conditions, treated like livestock (well the animals are livestock but yea), used and thrown away, used when sick.
Even the killing process is kind similar, the animals are sliced down the middle and left to bleed out. Seems kinda familiar if you address how the workers are slowly being sucked into the pressure and lack of energy from work conditions.
But as livestock, the animals are meant to be killed and turned into product quickly, so as to few minutes of suffering to months or years of work like that, I’d say that the meat is being treated better
In my opinion, the workers were treated better. The process of making the meat good for the market is brutal for the animals. The people who take care of the animals fatten them so they can have more meat and they use antibiotics on the animal. Though the workers are treated horribly, the meat has to go through more.
i think the workers were treated better because of how harsh the animals were being treated. giving the animals stuff to make them more bigger so they would have more meat for them (the workers)
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