Sim Nak, a 33-year-old worker at the Shen Zhou garment factory, combs her hair in the morning before work, outside her modest room which she shares with three other workers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, September 9, 2011. Sim Nak has been working at the Shen Zhou factory for four years. Every six months she receives a new short-term contract. Most days she works the regular shift of 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., and then an additional two hours of overtime like most of the other workers. She earns around US$130-$140 dollars per month. She spends around US$50 to $60 dollars per month on expenses and sends the leftover money to her family in her home province. “I am not really tired after work because I have gotten used to it,” she said. She plans to change her careers. “Maybe I want to work as a farmer and if I can afford it, I want to learn to be a tailor,” she said.