Social structure: The British society has often been considered to be divided into three main groups of classes. The Upper Class- Often people with inherited wealth. Includes some of the oldest families, with many of them being titled aristocrats. The Middle Class- The majority of the population of Britain. They include industrialists, professionals, business people and shop owners. Lower or Working Class- People who are agricultural, mine and factory workers.
Industry: The main industries in England include tourism and banking. Tourism is one of the most significant sectors in England with more than a million tourists every year. It employs more than 2 million people with London being the largest tourist destination. The services sector, such as insurance, banking and business services, has played a major role in contributing to England's gross domestic product.