Work, Income, Wealth, and Resources
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THE BROAD IMPACT OF LABOR ON THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE IS CENTRAL TO any thorough discussion of class. Work affects the natural environment, local infrastructures, transnational processes, and access to resources, prestige, and social identity. Work is the primary factor in determining how socioeconomic status is perceived and experienced. This chapter looks at income generation among the women and men that participated in this study from a perspective that will illuminate historical continuities and divergences from past patterns.