The Pennsylvania Colony had mountains, a coastal plain, and plateau areas to Lake Erie lowlands. The Pennsylvania Colony also has mild climate with warm summers and mild winters that were suited to farming and agriculture. Since the Pennsylvania Colony had mild climate they colonists had a chance to fish, farm, and raise cattle.
The Pennsylvania Colony and the rest of the Middle Colony exported agriculture products and natural resources but were also able to manufacture iron ore products such as plows, tools, kettles, locks, nails, and large blocks of iron which they exported to England.
In the Pennsylvania Colony poor girls were taught how to take care of the children and run the house.
Wealthy boys were tutored until they went to universities/colleges at the age of 14, but poor boys went to Dame School up to the age of 5 the went to Elementary or Grammar Schools until the age of 14.
Poor women sometimes had to farm, but mostly had to take care of children and run the house. Wealthy women usually had maids or servants to take care of children and the house, they never had to work they just had to support they're husbands. Poor men worked most of the time on farms, also welded and fished.