Tháng Năm 15, 2018 at 9:45 chiều #189912
Topic: people living in large cities today face many problems in their
everyday life. What are these problems? Should governments encourage people
to move to smaller regional towns?
Nowadays, living in the big cities is a currently lifestyle of many people.
However, they are facing some huge challenges which are concerned by
governments. Whether encouraging the citizens to move to regional towns is
a good measure which is discussed in this essay.
The problems associated with living in huge cities are increasingly
impacting on people’s daily life. The first thing I would mention is that
the growth of population in the city would explode several matters familiar
with environment. Specificially, air and noise are seriously polluted due
to widespread use of vehicle of which exhaust is one of the main harmful
factors. Furthermore, migration to the big cities make job market more
competitive. This could easily lead to unemployment that causes some
society evils, for instance, robbing and murdering _ worrying problems in
Various measure are taken to cope with these matters in which encouraging
people to migrate to smaller town was considered. In some ways, this is an
effective solution to decrease population in the big cities which can solve
problem related to environment and job quantity. However, it is not the
best way for most people who wish to live in a prosperous city that
hopefully provides them sufficient lives. Therefore, in the further future,
concentrating on developing economy in suburbs as well as small city is the
top priority. When people find this place good enough for their promotion
prospect, especially, affordable lives, they would proactively move to
developed city which they are satisfied with.
In conclusion, challenging in solving the problems related to large cities
is government’s concern. Nevertheless, encouraging the people to live in a
small towns is most unlikely to be a permanent cure.
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