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|Life In A Big City. Content Developer And Copywriter Ad by Ebimuse(f): 9:27pm On Apr 06, 2022
We the young people of this generation like to go where life pulsates. In principle, this is nothing new and it is therefore in no way surprising when the big cities are named as the preferred destinations of the younger generation. But What exactly do we hope to find there other than more young people, young minds like ourselves who's dreams are still alive and opportunities in every corner we search so as to attain mainly satisfaction and happiness in life But the cities themselves must also make their contributions.
Career prospects are another reason why we swamp the big cities, but at the latest here a differentiation must be made - not every region and every city offers similarly good opportunities in this regard. Apart from that, the prospect of work is often not the decisive factor that makes a city particularly attractive for young people.
Sometimes the reputation that precedes a city is enough. Take Lagos as an example: In public perception, probably the Nigerian swarm city par excellence – although there are a number of cities in which the number of 20 to 34-year-olds has increased significantly more in recent years. Nevertheless, the city is considered hip, vital, a cultural center, a forge for up-and-coming entrepreneurs. Many are here for that very reason, and their example in turn attracts others. As in other big cities, this leads to a certain concentration of young people in certain regions.
If you then look at the demographic distribution at the nationwide level, a growing imbalance becomes apparent. It also has to do with reversing the idea of living in the suburbs and working in the inner city. People are now more often looking for the opposite route, namely a job in the surrounding area that can still be reached by relatively easy commuting from the nearest large city. In other words, where supposedly “real” life takes place for everyone.
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