It is hard to say whether a particular style of living is better for any single person. You could also appreciate nature more in rural areas, and there would be no problem with too much people and overcrowding. Also, you are always moving. People living in rural environments learn how to get by on far less than someone who has grown accustomed to city life, and the opportunity to form bonds with your neighbors are greater. The cost of living is very high in the city.
The mortality rate in Villages is more than in cities when it comes to improper health facilities and the inverse when it come to accidents. Ironically enough but many townsmen would prefer a placid country to their bustling towns. However, living in the country is most definitely the better choice of the two due to the cost, environment, and work ethic. One of the main contrasts in leading a rural and an urban life is the lifestyle by which people choose to live. Having said that, I tried to build a list of the most positive aspects of both urban and rural life, based on the aspects of each that I find most appealing. Honesty is also another stereotypical trait portrayed by rural people, possibly due to fewer obstacles and variables city people have to deal with. People in villages uses cycles and bullocarts for travelling.
In the rural area it is as if you own the whole world. The countryside has much cleaner air. Fishing enthusiasts can go fishing in the river and spend their entire day there. Our society is being influenced--- poorly. The scenery in rural areas is considered by many to look better than cities. The first reason for living in city is that it has more services than in a village such as hospitals, airport, commercial complexes, and big parks.
The has everything you need to help a child learn to read through phonics: decodable stories, listening exercises, you name it. They have difficult to keep up with new developments in their field or profession. This effect of heating is due to the pavement and buildings that are found in urban areas. So there is no much air pollution and accidents in villages. People in rural communities have less contact with the outside world and thus know each other very well and associate with each other better than a pair of strangers in an urban community would. That's because such facilities are located far away from the living areas. The city life is very fast paced while the country life is more tranquil.
The differences between urban and rural areas are quite obvious. Dependency on technologies makes one weak. This is not the only difference in the lives of villagers and city dwellers. Also, there are scores of schools andinstitutes in cities which provide high level of education tochildren living in cities. I could go on and on about the inexpensiveness of the housing market, the fact that lower salaries means less of your money goes to the government, and so on. There are only personal shops.
Bayanihan is always practiced in Rural Areas. It gives children wide open spaces to play and grow, and access to nature and its beauty. Presko at masasarap ang pagkain dito. Diversity is another key element in the city life for many ethnicities and races. Maybe the answer can be found by looking at where divorce. The facilities and convenience in a city surpass the facilities in rural areas by far, but the rural area has a better scenery to offer in return filled with quietness, space and friendly neighbors. Urban areas are equipped with all the modern amenities like the Internet, telephone, television, and satellite communication.
Graffiti on walls are scrubbed and repainted to become wall murals where everything has pretty colors. The ability to just walk and use public transportation to get where you want to go is invaluable. The village has not only good points, but also it has bad points. What is the difference between rural and urban ways of living and what are their pros and cons? Each type of music with its unique objective is delighting. On top of that, you are away from everything. So there are lots of crimes in the city. People of Omelas live their life whichever they want since Omelas is a some.
Rural youths' chances of employment whether in agriculture or in other areas , are weaker than their urban counterparts. More so, almost 70% of the poor live in rural areas where agriculture is the primary socio-economic activity. Rural areas in Guyana are places like Lethem, which is far west where hardly anyone lives there, Bartica, and Mabaruma. Jobs in urban areas tend to be based in offices or the service industry. There is always great pressure to perform leading to stress and other health problems related to the hectic lifestyle of urban life. Openness is another trait shared by rural people probably due to sense of security that low population density and less people means less rumors, less embarrassment, and more trust. Inocentes of Grade 3 and my group is the urban area.
Both places have advantages and disadvantages. Nonetheless, I suspect I will continue to dream about the life we might lead if we packed up our belongings and moved to a country town. Most people seem to be. This OpinionFront article on rural vs. Having said that, though rural living scores higher in some aspects, truth is that the faster and smarter city life entices almost everyone.
To some people there are not many differences between the two. The village has not lot of vehicles. In the urban area, you can find the big and famous companies and big factories which give jobs for plenty workers. The environment of the village is pleasant and silent and it has scenic beauty. An area outside cities and towns is referred to as rural.