Work: Most are employed by the government, but many are forced to do the other work. Some people help provide by working in the Black Market, where different items can be bought or sold for a smaller price. You have to work extra/over-time because your actual salary won't provide much for you.
Education: Cuba was only attended by half of the country's children. Education for women has changed; they have made maid schools.
Health Care: Provided for women who have previously been oppressed in the workplace.
Taxes: Those who are not full time residents, will only be taxed on the local income. But, the residents from Cuba pay income tax at anything from 10% to 50%.
Government/Decisions/Elections: It has permanent commissions to look after issues for example; economy, sugar industry, constructions, public health.