Both my husband and I work full time jobs, and are not home when our two sons finish school.
This is not a problem, though, as both of them go directly to a local community center when their classes are over.
Our eldest son participates in a computer club there, while our youngest son practices photography.
Their participation in these programs sets my mind at ease, as without access to the community center they would just sit at home all alone.
Meanwhile, education costs will vary independently on the location.
For example, the College of Wooster costs about ,780 per year 2012-2013(housing and dining included) (The College of Wooster 2012) while California State University, located in Los Angeles charges about ,654 for the equal package (California State University 2012).This is an excellent way to learn your present TOEFL ability and also how to get a few extra points on test day. (note that this question came from the Official Guide to the TOEFL, 4th Edition, which is a really great resource) Everyone has different dreams when it comes to where they wish to live.Personally, I think it is very desirable to live in a large city.The first reason why so many people leave small towns and villages for larger cities is vast education and career opportunities.Obviously, a small town is not capable of providing so many schooling facilities, working places and decent salaries.I feel this way for two reasons, which I will explore in the following essay.To begin with, cities offer a great environment for raising children, and I am a person who values family above all else.It is also famous for its brilliantly favorable weather.It is sunny almost all year round, which has an immediately favorable impact on the people living here resulting in optimism, strengths and health.Cities like Los Angeles can boast of a huge choice of activities, such as all-year-round outdoor sports from skiing to swimming.There are plenty of places to see, such as Santa Monica Pier Aquarium, Hollywood museums, the Griffith Park with its observatory, the Pasadena Museum of History, etc. There are also Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens, cinemas and theaters.