Jessica L. Maupin
November 13, 2013
County Living Vs. City Living
Country living is relaxing and private, compared to living in the city where it is constantly loud and anyone can show up at the doorstep. Country living and city living have many different aspects. There are many advantages and disadvantages to life in the country or to life in the city. The advantages of living in the country definitely outweigh the advantages of living in the city.
City living has many advantages, but the disadvantages outweigh the advantages. One flaw of city living is the environment. In the city there is always something going on with sirens going off or just the cars flying by on the freeway. It's not a safe environment for kids or pets. With cars flying down the freeway, a kid or pet could get run over and get seriously injured or killed. Also the school environment for the kids has fewer opportunities because there are more kids in the city. In the city the teachers have less of a one on one relationship with the children. Furthermore in the city there is just a view of street lights and buildings. There are no stars visible in the city. The city is surrounded by buildings and lights and has no scenic views available.
Although it is easier for someone to get a job in the city because there are more opportunities out there. Some feel it is easier because transportation has more availability, but in the city if someone's in a hurry the streets are traffic jammed and it would just make the trip to work more stressful to use public transportation. Although in the city a person could just walk to work. Who would want to walk to work every day and be tired by the time they have fought through crowds to get to work? The cost of living in the city is unaffordable on a middle class income. Apartments and houses are highly expensive. An advantage in the city is the gas prices are lower due to more people and more...
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