Discuss the economic impact of the Black Death in Europe.
There was more jobs because of the people dying.
There was more jobs because of the peasants dying, so that made people wealthier, but prices also was raised on things.
There was more jobs, because all the people was dying .
people was dieing so there was more jobs but few people.
There was morejobs for thepeasants, casue so many people were dying at that time.
Their were more jobs because the people was getting sick and dying.
There was more jobs because of people dying.
there is people dying so that lives more jobs opening
There was more jobs for the peasants, because all the people dying..
Where so many people were sick and dying, there was almost no one working the fields of the manors, and no one was going out of the house to buy from the merchants.
The Black Death was the largest demographic disaster in European history. From its arrival in Italy in late 1347 through its clockwise movement across the continent to its petering out in the Russian hinterlands in 1353,
there was more jobs bacause people died and there was more jobs so the people that wasnt sick they got wealthier.
the people were dying and more jobs opened uo
There were more jobs open because many people died.
They was more jobs because everyone was dying.
The Black Death had a horrific impact on the economy. So many people died that there was no one left to work. This put the economy at a stand still.
The plague had large scale social and economic effects, many of which are recorded in the introduction of the Decameron.