The labour market theory is about the unequal distribution of opportunities and it also believes in the purposeful continuation of unemployment as a reason of keeping the demand and supply of workers in check. This is because it can ultimately support the rise of the corporations’ owners’ and their demands can be easily met without any resistance. This theory relates to the postmodernist approach where the existence of poverty and inequality is pointed towards the use of the existent inequality of opportunity of employment which further fuels the inequality of worker employment. Postmodernist approach explains poverty through unequal distribution of resources which are easily available to the rich through their capital and power, whereas the labour market theory explains poverty and inequality through the usage of the advantage of the disparity between employed and unemployed labour, where unemployed labour plays a pivotal role in identifying and fixing the wage limit as per the desires of the corporation (Reis and Moore, 2005). The difference in these two theories lies in their outlook towards labour distribution. Postmodernists assert that the natural resource distribution disallows equality to thrive but the labour market theory asserts that it is the corporations and their capitalistic goals that create this rift in income disparity.