The only viable economic activity with a higher likelihood of succeeding in the villages is farming.
However, farming does not work much in their favor since they are just producers.
The main modes of transport include road, rail and air.
City dwellers therefore have various alternatives when it comes to transport.
Villages rarely have more than one medical institution and they are usually understaffed with poor healthcare facilities.
There are also banks, shopping centers, telephone, rest rooms, drinking fountains, just to name a few.
One of the biggest debates humans have is whether city life is better than village life or vice versa.
Each area represents the opposite of the other and the advantages of one are actually the disadvantages of the other.
While village life has many advantages, including less noise, beautiful natural landscapes, less pollution, fresh air and less congestion, the statistics does not favor the village folks worldwide.
Each year, millions of people migrate to urban centers in search of greener pastures.