In the country people have their farm and even their own stores but in the cities people are mostly working for companies operated or even owned by a bigger company. They are more likely to interact and get to know the people right around them, forming a small community within the large population of the city. In the country, you are woken up by the singing of the birds rather than by the noise from the traffic. The study authors concluded that the amount of vegetation was directly linked with the level of crime. There's good in all places, and I've developed an appreciation for both city and country.
They are two entirely different ways of life — each with their own advantages and disadvantages. All opinions are my own. These fun activities can also be good for your health which is a great benefit too. Even Masters degrees and Phds can leave you blending in with the crowd when it comes to job searching. But the country has only has one downfall, which is speedy commutes to places in a city.
It gives students more leisure time to enjoy being active rather than going home to watch television on their free time. I have always lived in the country and I love every second of it! Where as in the city I'm surrounded by amazing culture and art, always having things to do, having so much to see, I can shop where I want, eat where I want, get anywhere with public transport, there are better schools, more jobs, better medical care. Even worse is the potential effect on children. Let's be real, everyone wants to have a comforting life and that is what city life is all about. Medical care in the country is the same as in the city. Streaking through the streets in the nude will only lead to trouble.
Here in the city we have better museums, architecture, festivals, art, and musical events. I love animals of all kinds and feel totally alive and at peace on a farm. Sure a city has museums, shopping, clubs, casinos, ect. Just a small change in the weather can adversely affect their bodies. Hi Beniii, Very interesting point, and true! Schools in the city have more extracurricular activities and after school clubs because there are more students to participate making it worth holding many activities after school. That's why I believe San Diego maybe the perfect place to settle down. I would never we able to live far away from the fun and enjoyment of the coast.
I have lived in the country for 24 years and nothing has helped me here. In the Deep South, the countryside poverty rate is frequently. Yes, this is — or at least can be — an advantage! With congestion and over population of a city brings gangs and violence. Nothing is perfect even people; depending on your thoughts and hobbies. Some people enjoy hyper-active life in cosmopolitan cities, where they can use all modern amenities and have practically unlimited opportunities for work and leisure.
Plus nature is nature, cities are just a whole bunch of buildings crowded together in a big area. The people in country have few friends, but the people in the city have a lot of friends. The work force in smaller towns may be fueled by local manufacturing plants, nearby corporate headquarters or area colleges and universities. People become very territorial when a space is over crowed or congested. In the city, there are a lot more opportunities in college with a wider variety of degrees and programs to study resulting in more options of fields to pursue in the future. Did you ever wonder why there are just a few people living in the country? It was reported that last year in the first week of summer in Battle Creek, Michigan, there was a total of 13 shootings all related to either gangs or drugs. Car accidents alone were twice as likely to be fatal in the countryside.
There are limited amounts of buildings and open land. On the other hand there is the city life which consists of many buildings scrunched together infused with pollution and over-population. There are many different factors to overcome on why city or country living is better. Finally, of it is the entertainment. Sorry, but copying text is forbidden on this website! Talking to neighbors, making good friends and sharing experiences are usual in country living. In the city on the other hand, it is very difficult to see a lot if any trees or a forest area, a fact is that we can see a lot of buildings, smudge, and pollutions. Schools in the city have more extracurricular activities and after school clubs because there are more students to participate making it worth holding many activities after school.
There is always a general interest course or class available for you to take, on any variety of topics. On top of all that the streets were dirty in places and the whole place smelled like greasy food. Besides, such factors as technological progress and new job opportunities in modern countryside, as well as introduction of traffic free and green zones in big cities contribute into making the differences between living in small and big cities smaller and smaller. In the most rural parts of America, death by accidents were than the national homicide rate. Third similarity is people's characteristics.