From bus drivers in Moscow to millionaires in Seoul, from soldiers in Kiev to architects in Riyadh, Working Lives sees them at work and at home.
How do they spend their money? Do they own their home? Their car? What are their prospects and what dreams do they have for their children?
There is no faster way of sensing how a country works through its working population.
Working Lives takes a handful of working people from a wide cross-section of the workforce and looks at where they work, what they earn, how skilled they are and overall what are their "working life chances".