In recent decades, the increasingly severe accommodation and transport problems in many cities have caused some governors to consider a new policy. Personally, I believe that the benefits are significant, far outweighing the drawbacks.
Firstly, there are a few disadvantages arising from the policy of encouraging enterprises to move out of urban areas. The wave of urban-rural business relocation may leave a number of city-based employees on the verge of unemployment unless these people accept to travel long distances to work. This means that their incentives to work hard are greatly reduced due to the pressure placed on travel costs and long-distance driving health.
However, I believe that the advantages of such a policy far outweigh the disadvantages. Once businesses are relocated to the countryside, their employees will not have to seek accommodation in the city center, and the shortage of housing in downtown areas can be mitigated. As a result, the most likely scenario is that rural-based labor force employees may have a number of job opportunities and such a relocation make the traffic flow in downtown more comfortable.
In conclusion, these urban-based employees’ accommodation diverted to rural areas is associated with many benefits which far outweigh the drawbacks of such a policy. For this reason, it is recommended that all government allocate more prospects to this beneficial change.