There's no such thing as choice when an ultimatum is involved; Work or starve isn't much of a choice. The typical libertarian argument for a free market is that it's a choice between wages and positions, but it's simply not valid in the modern age; there is no labor shortage or booming industry, your choices have been limited to work or starve.Oh, but it is not. Ultimately the only real issue is freedom of choice. (Of course, I would say that, as a libertarian).
All of these "choices" are due to scarcity; in a post-scarcity society, you'd have a choice of live or work and live better. When "starve" is the other option, it's not a choice.
Modern exploitation is only valid in an age of scarcity, whether it's authentic or artificial. I have always said that our scarcity is artificial; there is enough food, water, land, energy, and automated labor to support a basic standard of living for every man, woman, and child; just "living", should be an option already.