Personal Economic Independence – Nature & Definition of Economic Work

Economic Work – Nature & Definition:

Human life embraces multiple needs and countless facilities for normal living. Basic human needs include healthy food, fresh water, proper clothes, right sanitation, complete shelter, necessary medical aids, easy transportation and appropriate education. The innate human nature extends the individual’s contentment boundary towards countless paraphernalia of life, such as, aesthetic dressing, delicious foods, magnificent residence, superior education, unlimited medical assurances, and so on and so forth. In order to fulfil both, needs and facilities, money is the fundamental prerequisite. Proactive efforts are indispensable to earn money units. Namely, a work for the sake of monetary reward is called an economic work.

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