The society was divided into three classes. The upper class, middle class, and working class. The upper class included jobs such as Aristocrats, Nobles, Dukes, and other wealthy families that worked in the Victorian courts. The middle class was successful, and the industrial revolution had brought many job opportunities to earn a decent income. The working class was the worst affected class. Lack of money resulted in a low food supply. For some working families, since there were barely any money they required their children to work in order to bring home some extra home to survive.