PEOPLE WORKING WORKING FOR THE MAN, working overtime, working for yourself. Working on the land, on sea. On the beaches just outside Chittagong, Bangladesh, man labour in appalling conditions, breaking up bit by bit conatiner ships from around the world.Workers break down a freighter in Bangladesh.A woman picks the leaves from tea plants, Sylhet, Bangladesh.In countried with limited social security, people often turn to hawking goods on the streets. If foam deers are your thing, head to Sylhet, Bangladesh.In Dhaka, Bangladesh, workers transfer goods onto an inter-city ferry.An artist paints a rickshaw in a Dhaka workshop, Bangladesh.In the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, a rickhshaw driving sits in traffic.An elder man rows his boat near the docks in Dhaka, Bangladesh.A teenger carries sacks for sale, Dhaka, Bangladesh.Boatmen hustle for custom for the punt across the Buriganga River in Dhaka, Bangladesh.A man harvest toddy from a palm tree, in Rajshahi, Bangladesh. Toddy is a village alcohol in the subcontinent.A young man sells peanuts on the river banks, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.Farming rice in Rajshahi, Bangladesh.A man sells bananas to ferry passengers upriver from Khulna, Bangladesh.A porter earns his keep on the docks near Khulna, Bangladesh.In the lower reaches of the Bengal delta, near Khulna, Bangladesh.A woman cleaner at Kantanagar hindu temple, Dinajpur, Bangladesh.A produce market in Dinajpur, Bangladesh.A rice farmer Dinajpur, Bangladesh.Bangladeshi markets are full of fresh and colourful produce.A man toils and boils under the stairs in Bogra, Bangladesh, selling sweet chai for a few cents.A butcher at a market in Inner Mongolia, China, 2000.An officer inspects the guards outside Greece's Parliament.One small village, Lamalera, on the island of Lembata is home to whale hunters, who tackle the giants of the sea with hand thrown harpoons in wooden boats.Hunting whales in Indonesia. It is hard, dangerous and uncertain work. Men have been known to lose legs as the the escaping whales cause the rope to catch their limbs.An old man makes a living hawking hammocks in town, Flores, Indonesia.A man fishes on a lake in Sumatra, Indonesia.Workmen carry out maintainance work on a major temple in Bali, Indonesia.Rice farming makes for good photography, but it is hard, dirty work.A bus conductor collects fares in the Ethiopian capiatl, Addis Ababa.A couple of young lad selling chickens door to door in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia.Afar tribesman trek for 14 days carrying salt to market, across the hottest place on earth, Ethiopia's Danakil Depression. Landscapes or people do not come much fiercer.Hiking in the Simien Mountains in Ethiopia, an amred escort is required, to protect against animals, but really to provide jobs. Check out the hiking shoes.An excellent cook in Nong Hoi market in Chiang Mai, Thailand.Up near Sun Moon Lake in Taiwan, a recycling truck goes small scale. That would be a pretty difficult load to control.Women bringing in their mobile cart at the end of a day selling to the few tourists at Mrauk U's Koe-thaung Pagoda, Burma.A scene which has repeated itself almost unchanged for many hundreds of years, in Mrauk U, Burma, where the Arakan kings reigned.