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Young people from home in rural areas have a study or work in cities. Whats the reasons? Do advantages outweigh the disadvantages？
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Some people think a rise in standard of living in a country only seems to benefit cities more than rural areas. What problems may those differences cause? How to reduce this problem?
高分范文 In many countries, particularly in the developing world, there is a notable phenomenon that young people tend to migrate from the countryside to the urban areas. This paper is to elaborate three reasonable causes, holding that this situation might bring negative consequences.
One cause of rural to urban migration may be the abundant study resources which attract the youth seriously. Admittedly, the city possesses more favourable resources for learning or studying, and in third world countries, the majority of universities were founded in urban areas instead of
countryside and the symbol of knowledge, library, can be frequently found in downtown as well. Therefore, if young people move to the advanced region, they will get more opportunity to improve themselves.
Moreover, many of the jobs available in rural areas are agricultural based, which might not stimulate job enthusiasm of the young. As a result, those who are not interested in agriculture do prefer to move to a place equipped with various directions of career. Consequently, cities become their ideal alternatives.
However, this pattern of migration might bring many intractable problems and it may be hard to subscribe that advantages outweigh its disadvantages. One problem caused by it is the detrimental effect on the rural economy. If migration takes place too quickly or unexpectedly, the plan of city and countryside integration will not be in place and the gaps of the economy in city and countryside will be widened.
Another consequence of migration is overcrowding in cities. The growing population means the less resources each young people can hunt, which can be obviously illustrated in the labour market. Young people have to bear more competition for jobs, and the lack of jobs may lead to problems of vagrancy and unfair treatment.
In conclusion, youth migration is understandable. However, it might bring many problems which need to be solved by the society, especially the government who has to provide a reasonable plan to strain this kind of migration. Only the speed of migration is on scheduled basis can it be promoted.