Worker carrying sack of rice, Yangon Port December 2007. 

Laboring is a common job in Myanmar as there is limited mechanisation. A good wage is considered to be around 3-6 $US per week however the majority of laborers earn less than this. Some workers are forced in to labor gangs by the government often work for little or no money. (image by Tom Bannigan)
Worker carrying sack of rice, Yangon Port December 2007. Laboring is a common job in Myanmar as there is limited mechanisation. A good wage is considered to be around 3-6 $US per week however the majority of laborers earn less than this. Some workers are forced in to labor gangs by the government often work for little or no money.
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