Swiss cities are constantly shooting up in various ratings with high indicators. Zurich is no exception, because it is one of the best in the world for quality of life.
The capital of Germany is considered not only a great place to find work and have fun, but also a great city for raising children.
Geneva is attractive for expats with excellent employment opportunities and a high standard of living. It is also home to some of the wealthiest people in the world.
Frankfurt is a real center of jobs for migrants, which is why it got into this rating.
The Sunny city has a lot of advantages for the life of an immigrant: career prospects, a beach on the Mediterranean coast, excellent cuisine and many options for a noisy and fun holiday at any time of the year.
Human needs are not limited, according to the paradox of Economics. In other words, the feeling of dissatisfaction will be present in a person in any case, even if it is quite insignificant. The needs for each of us are ranked. Some requests are at the top of the satisfaction chain, while others are lost at the end. We can't do without one thing at all, and we live very quietly without the other. We are happy to live in a city where most of our most important needs are met. The very concept of "life" is very multifaceted in its social aspect! For some, life is a family if all family members are happy and together. For the second, in this work, implementation of professional activities or "a lot" of money. For the third — it is creativity, the meaning of life is concentrated in the expression of oneself. For the fourth — it is getting pleasure, entertainment. Someone sees life as survival and sails at random, like a ship with a sail, at the behest of the wind of fate.
The very concept of "life" is very multifaceted in its social aspect! For some, life is a family if all family members are happy and together. For the second, in this work, implementation of professional activities or "a lot" of money. For the third — it is creativity, the meaning of life is concentrated in the expression of oneself. For the fourth — it is getting pleasure, entertainment. Someone sees life as survival and sails at random, like a ship with a sail, at the behest of the wind of fate. Of course, it is ideal that all life's priorities are in a harmonious balance, but alas! Everyone is forced to put something at the forefront — what they most devote time to. It is worth noting that four things are still important for every person in modern society (well, except for small African tribes): satisfaction of physical needs; health; money; a sense of their own need.
There are a lot of vacancies in megacities, but since the concentration of people is great, the competition for a vacant place increases, hence the great competition for a place under the ghostly "sun". In megacities, there is always a high turnover of personnel. Anyone who thinks that the metropolis only wants to come to it and get a job, is sorely mistaken. The employer-employee relationship is organized on the principle of maximizing profits for the company and minimizing costs. The employer does not stand on ceremony with the employee:" there will be hundreds of people willing to take your place, " and this is true. Megacities have always been characterized by a large number of visitors, both from the regions and emigrants. Megacities have spectacular architecture, wide avenues, many large stores, educational institutions, and entertainment centers: theaters, movies, clubs, and restaurants. In megacities, it is noisy, dusty, a lot of cars, traffic jams, from supermarkets and bus stops to motorways, as well as huge distances that are difficult to overcome on foot and by bike. Megapolis is a test drive of the human psyche. Here, to live, you will have to survive every day. The main thing is to know what to fight for.
What will the province oppose to the megalopolis? Quiet, the noise level in the early morning and late evening is 0 dB. There are almost no traffic jams in the province, because not every family has a car, there are few people in the towns, and you can get from one end of the city to the other on foot. There are big problems with the offer of vacancies in the province. Work "does not lie" under your feet, you will have to look carefully, especially for young professionals, completely inexperienced Chicks on the labor path. No one will offer to earn much. Even in megacities, no one will pay millions at once. The working masses who have migrated to megacities spend a significant part of their monthly earnings on rent, travel, and food while living a non-stop lifestyle. In the province, almost everyone knows each other by sight. And time, which is relative, flows noticeably slower in a small town.