One of the psychological main assumptions is that work is one of the main activities in the life of a human being that is important in order to survive. Another one is that it naturally interacts with the different roles that individuals take in the social and economic lives. The psychology of working can be viewed as an explicitly contextualized discourse that looks to define the effect of racism, classism, heterosexist, and disabling conditions related to the full range of experience. As typical career development theory plus practice has cantered on the requirements of a person who can access education also, work that is in line with their goals, interests, and values, most people in the world do not have such benefits. Psychologists have looked at the influence of social class, race, sexual orientation, and gender in career development (Punch 215).