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In today’s time, we all know that all sectors have similarities in culture. But as we also know, there are also dissimilarities. So today we are going to discuss some dissimilarities between rural and urban cultures.

First of all, we are going to know what rural sectors mean. It refers to those cultures or societies where an individual’s survival is difficult, like those that have few buildings made up of bricks and cement. Most of the people are unemployed, so they have only agriculture to survive. But, in today’s time, they are also in the process of development. 

Now let’s talk about urban culture. It refers to those cultures or societies where an individual’s survival is not as difficult as for villagers .They have houses that are made up of bricks and cements, and they have many opportunities to do so.

Difference between rural and urban areas

Difference between rural and urban areas.

 

The differences between rural and urban areas are:

Education

Education is most important for both because it prepares people for their future. In today’s time, both cultures have education. But there are differences in the level of teaching. In the metropolitan region, there are many schools, colleges, and institutions, but on the other hand, in the agrarian region there are few schools, colleges, and institutions. 

Education in rural and urban areas

Job

As we all know, there are job problems in both regions. But in comparison, job problems in developed regions are less common than in agrarian regions. The main point behind it is that in the metropolitan sector there are many opportunities, but in the agrarian sector there are only a few opportunities. Like technology, teaching, and banking in urban areas, but agriculture is the only option in the countryside if people don’t have a job.

Job in rural and urban areas

Living standards

The living standard in cities is high, but in villages, the living standard is low in comparison to cities.

Living standard

Infrastructure

In cities, the infrastructure is of very good quality but in villages, the infrastructure is not in good condition. In developed areas, The metro is the most usable mode of  transport to travel from one place to another. But in the backcountry, there is no specific transport that is easily usable to travel from one place to another.

Infrastructure
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