Ann Green worked all of her life. She was working as a weaver by the time she was 19. As her younger sisters were already working at 15 in the same occupation according to the 1841 census, it is likely that she had been working since at least that age.
When she married the first time, she continued to work. When she lost her first husband and was raising three children on her own, she was working as a weaver.
She continued to work having another four children. There was no maternity leave back in the late 19th century.
She was likely working until she died of paralysis and exhaustion at the age of 59, four months short of her 60th birthday.