Problems of big cities
Big cities are exciting places to be in, they are full of life and movement 24 hours a day. All facilities are available here: schools, hospitals and malls, museums, cinemas, theatres… But still living in a big city has some disadvantages. Accommodation is a major problem in a city. It is the first problem a new comer faces. House-hunting is a big challenge. In a time of skyrocketing price hike finding an appropriate dwelling is an arduous task. Many members of a family have to live into a small room. Even the room lacks proper ventilation. There is no proper source of sunlight. Several underprivileged persons become permanent pavement dwellers with no place to afford. The rent is too high to afford. Increasing slums in the city are consequences of this problem. These slums directly or indirectly provide breeding ground for the spread of pollution, crime and anti-social activities. In big cities, unemployment rate is very high. Lots of people migrate to big cities with the aim of finding job and having a good life. In addition, there are more laborer than needed. Therefore, people, thinking that big cities provide all opportunity, can not find job and get disappointed. When they do not have job, they can not earn money to live on. There is also a high crime rate in big cities. When people can not find job, they can not dwell on steadily. Thus; they, maybe unwillingly, steal money, rob banks, cheat people and commit many other crimes. According to a new research, 60% of young criminals commit crime just to get money and buy something to eat. 20% of them commit crime just to enjoy themselves and 20% of them were made to do this. Life in a big city is madly busy. Sometimes we don’t find time even for our family. Long working hours and commuting long distances leave little to enjoy with the family. The home is mere a resting place. From morning to evening people have to live under constant pressure. They have to leave their home early...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document