Hobo is a North American word used to refer to a migrant worker. A hobo is known to always be on the move, traveling from one town to another. They usually have a short duration of stay anywhere they are found.
A taxi is a vehicle that is licensed for transporting passengers from one destination to another in return for payment of a fare. It is sometimes called a taxicab, taxi, or cab.
There are times when individuals find themselves in situations that they can neither explain how it all started nor how they got to that point they are in that mess.
Eviction is a forceful removal of a tenant from a leased property, either by the owner of the property or by legal process.
A trade secret is a pattern, formula, process, design, instrument, not generally known and which a company or organization uses to gain an advantage over competitors or customers.
Scavenging means to pick up and gather something usable from discarded waste materials. It’s the act of gathering things that other people have discarded and no longer want for their use.
Entrepreneurship is the capacity and willingness to run your own business. It requires you to develop, organize and manage your business and be willing to take any risk associated with that business in order to make a profit.
Gambling is an activity of betting or staking money or anything of value that results either in a gain or loss.
A stipend is a regular amount of money paid or given as a reward for one’s service to another
A tax is the sum of money or charge demanded by the government of a country upon workers’ income, property, or business profits and used for its support. It is usually a compulsory contribution of every genuine citizen of the country to a country.