28 November 2008 Big City vs. Small City There are many differences between living in a big city versus living in a small city. While they are both essentially “the place you live,” the fact of the matter is that people are undecided on which is better. Living in a big city and living in a small city has two great different lifestyles. Both living in a big city and small city has its advantages and disadvantages. They both have different activities, if any, that can be done. This would determine the economical outlook of the city. Population also ties in with the economy, but the crime rates in the city also can be affected. Works Cited "City-Data". november 20,2008 http://city-data.com/city/Los-Angeles-California.html. "AreaConnect". november 21,2008 http://losangeles.areaconnect.com/crime/compare.htm?c1=Los+Angeles&s1=CA&c2=pensacola&s2=FL. "JME". november 21,2008 http://jmevacations.com/p_papers.asp. "TravelGuide". november 20,2008 http://www.concierge.com/travelguide/losangeles.kldjllkajkljdlkajkldsjkljakljdklfjdskljakljldkjflkjalkjldkjs
kljfklajkljdkljfksljkljkldsCalifornia has always been known as an "incubator" of new ideas, new products and entrepreneurial spirit. Southern California has led the way in celebrating and nurturing that spirit. The people, institutions of knowledge, great climate and infrastructure have enabled the Los Angeles region to emerge as a leading business, trade and cultural center—a creative capital for the twenty-first century. The city is the largest manufacturing center in the West, one of the world's busiest ports, a major financial and banking center, and the largest retail market in the United States.
Los Angeles is the largest major manufacturing center in the United States, with 500,000 workers in manufacturing activities in 2003. The largest components are apparel (68,300 jobs), computer and electronic products (60,000 jobs), transportation products (54,600 jobs), fabricated metal products...