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What jobs were in the Elizabethan era?
Last Updated: 27th January, 2020
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Regarding this, what jobs did people have in the Elizabethan era?
Jobs that people had were dependent onwhich class they were in. Yeomanry- Middle class includingfarmers, tradesmen and craftsmen. Laborers- Artisans, shoemakers,carpenters, brick builders or anyone doing work with theirhands are part of this society.
Also, what types of entertainment were popular in Elizabethan England? Dances were popular, whether you lived in Londonor in a small town, and so was getting together at the localpub for sing-alongs. Games like chess, checkers, and tenniswere extremely popular; Miranda plays chess in TheTempest and Queen Elizabeth herself was known to love thegame.
One may also ask, what job did a constable do in Elizabethan times?
It did provide these men with influence and power in thecommunity and they undertook tasks such as:
- dealing with criminal offences.
- supervising the work of those who looked after the poor.
- making sure that royal proclamations and laws were carriedout.
What were the social classes in the Elizabethan era?
THE END THE END THE END There were 6 social classes in theElizabethan Era (Monarch, Nobility, Gentry, Merchants,Yoemanry, and Laborers). A social class is determined byfame, wealth, skills, and birth.