can be found in many walks of life - in the world of sports and entertainment's, in
the business world, in the labor union, in the field of publication, in politics and
even in the academic world or religious circles. Their incentive for work is not aimed at
merely a higher standard of living or a more comfortable life. Their desire for
possession is not for need but for vanity, and their drive for success is not for truth or
service but for triumph and praise.
To the fourth
category belong the volunteer workers of various types who seek no pecuniary reward, and
those who willingly choose to work in occupations of moderate compensation. These can
be, among others, Red Cross workers, social work volunteers, members of the
Salvation Army, nurses, missionaries, civil servants and school teachers.