While elaborating the reasons, the writer submits to state that since an overwhelming majority of the labor class is neither educated nor skilled, it has to bear the brunt of not seeking any technical skills and abilities. Consequently, they have to stick to odd jobs, where neither their experience is counted to be referred in some other employment, nor they are admired and appreciated by the management and administration against the services they render for their work places and organizations as well. Moreover, since they find no other job opportunities, they cannot raise their voice against the cruelties inflicted upon them by the management. The middle order management is also a great hurdle on the way to the workers’ progress. Hence, unpleasant and untoward behavior displayed by the administration paves the way towards the financial ruin of the labor class.
While analyzing the challenges faced by the lower class community, the novelist is of the opinion that one single job is not enough to fulfill the growing financial needs of the lower class. It is therefore, the individuals belonging to the labor division has to get involved into different jobs in order to make their both ends meet. Both such jobs are so painstaking, tedious and excruciating that the individuals find themselves physically exhausted and almost retarded due to the heavy burden of jobs, which neither brings smile on their faces, nor they earn any sort of applaud or financial jump in return to the hard efforts they make while performing their obligations from dawn to dusk. The writer appears to be astonished to note that the working class does not attain complete diet even once a day; even then they are bound to show extraordinary performance by cleansing several tables, floors, rooms and washrooms of hotels and restaurants as well as attend and serve the