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Cities and Country Life: Best Place to Live. Famous Cities in the World. Migration From Countries to Cities. Problems of Big Cities

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5. Cities and Country Life: Best Place to Live. Famous Cities in the World. Migration From Countries to Cities. Problems of Big Cities.
Cities and Country Life. People often have doubts about the best place for living. Actually there are two alternatives either to live in the city or in the country. Both have substantial benefits and evident downsides.
Let’s start with life in the city. It gives a lot of opportunities for citizens. Large shopping malls, enormous buildings, all sorts of educational establishments and courses, high range of entertainments for any budget, etc. No need to care about the dinner after a hard day, you can eat out or get a takeaway at any time of the day or night. You may save money refusing buying a car as there are comfortable interchanges everywhere. School leavers tend to leave for a big city where they will have a chance to get a better job. It is important to say that everyone is able to afford accommodation according to his or her finances.
So, what are the advantages of country living? I’m sure every day people here wake up in the magnificent atmosphere. Nature is just outside the window. Fresh air braces up not only body but mind giving power to start the day efficiently. Of course, a couple of words about organic food you can have in the country. Farm residents grow foods themselves, the quality of such nutrition is much higher than all those intermediate foods and surrogates people have to eat in the city.
Famous Cities in the World. The most visited cities in the world attract as much as 47 percent of all the travelers according to Euromonitor International, an independent research think tank. What the research shows is that the most popular cities, including Hong Kong, Bangkok, and London combined, attract more than 72 million visitors a year.
The best cities to visit are often home to some of the world's most iconic sites and found around the globe, from Asia and Europe to the Middle East and the Americas. For travelers hoping to find inspiration for their next trip, here is a list of some of the top cities in the world to visit.
Migration From Countries to Cities. Migration is a way to move from one place to another in order to live and work. Movement of people from their home to another city, state or country for a job, shelter or some other reasons is called migration. Migration from rural areas to urban areas has increased in past few years in India. Nowadays, many people decide to migrate to have a better life. Employment opportunities are the most common reason due to which people migrate. Except this, lack of opportunities, better education, construction of dams, globalization, natural disaster (flood and drought) and sometimes crop failure forced villagers to migrate to cities.
Problems of Big Cities. Nowadays, many people tend to prefer a life in the urban city because of many opportunities that it brings to them, such as: job, career, the entertainment, good education, and better standard of living, etc…However, the life in the urban city is also very stressful and busy. It makes people have to be hard-working and compete with each other a lot to survive in this city. Moreover, one of the biggest problems of the urban city is dense population because more and more people tend to go to the city to find jobs and make a living day by day. The overpopulation creates many worrying problems in our society nowadays.
First of all, one of the problems that the society in the urban city has to face is unemployment. So many people want to seek a job in this extremely competitive city makes the supply of employment is surplus while the demand for employment cannot meet its supply. People become jobless and can’t afford their own living and their own family.
The second problem of dense population is the pollution, such as: air pollution, water pollution, etc…So many traffic release fumes into the air make it polluted and tons of garbage, litter that is released from the daily life haven’t been treated make the air and the water become polluted day by day.

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