So how do we get what we need to live? How do we want to spend our days, and what do we need to do to be able to afford it? Our livelihoods are our own personal answer to that question, whether it be job in a factory, office, or shop, setting up our own business, or travelling and earning our keep on the road.
But the economy we live in affects how easily we can make our ideal situation a reality, in everything from access to education to financial institutions and workplace regulation.
Not only that, but we rely on so many other people’s ability to work around the world to be able to do what we do. How do we get the balance right?