The odd job
An issue that almost everyone is a reflection of, working in the world created and run by capitalist minds. A small-time vendor who has migrated to the city from a small town nearby as the traditional form of livelihood has been taken away by the modern and machine-made production lines. Living she/he no choice but to migrate to the city in search of an odd job that pays enough. Any fancy designations which are occupied by a small village/town person in search of alternate livelihood. Farmer to a business owner or a peon. Those who have been privileged by their parents thinking or money have made to or on the way to the upper class or upper-middle class.