But I would think they include your career and family. I know that I am thoroughly embedded in all of these. When you try and speak about them theoretically, it is very difficult, but only because they are actually so close to us, that when you talk about them in theoretical terms, it doesn't come to grips with their concrete 'embedded' reality.
According to Sn 4.1 Kāma Sutta
, sensual pleasures as objects (i.e. vatthukāmā) include things such as "fields, land, gold, cattle, horses, servants, employees, women, and relatives." In the social context of the discourses these items would be related to both career and family as potential sources of attachment.
I think that in practice, we are often 'made' out of attachments, they constitute our normal sense of who we are. We are usually not even aware that they are attachments until we face loosing them.
In ābhidharmika terms there is a close relationship between what we are attached to and what we are, i.e. the five aggregates of attachment (upādānaskandha). And the notion that what we are attached to conditions what we will become is also indicated by the links of dependent arising where craving and attachment are conditions for becoming and future birth.