In the West, it is normal for even a manager at a workplace to sweep, mop, change garbage and believe it or not, clean the toilet. Westerners don’t see any kind of work as beyond them. For the average Pakistani or Indian, even getting a glass of water is demeaning. There are chaprasis, office boys or maids/servants to do the “dirty” work.
Even as far as jobs are concerned, people care about how much you earn. It isn’t what a person does that defines them. No one is ridiculed for the work they do, as long as they do it honestly and deligently.
At gorcery stores, there are many times when I have seen a manager bag other people’s groceries. Can this ever happen in the subcontinent? Let alone sweeping, cleaning the toilet etc.
Even behaviour at home is different. You will not find a man in the West sit with a newspaper every morning on the couch while his wife serves him tea…err…coffee.