Working Conditions

This photo demonstrates an advantage of urbanization. The woman in this photograph is working in a terribly polluted environment, as most likely this community does not have proper waste disposal. Urbanization not only raises the standard of living such as having garbage disposal, but also the environments in which people work in. Urbanization offers job opportunities that others may not be privileged enough in other areas to accept and provide education so that people may work at a higher level.

Csoban Balogh
Discovery College student in Year 12
Hungarian: Hungary

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