The economic status of villages is generally the same. There are no people with high standard of earning even the landlord in the village lives in the equal status. In the city there are various means of earning wealth. Here we find most wealth as well as the most poor. As a result of these there is a vast difference in standard of living.

There is no large scale business or there is no specialization of trade in the villages. So the villagers are not inspired to develop the expertness in the work so as to earn more wealth. So there is no competition. In the cities the social status is based upon the quantity of wealth. So competition is sure to prevail.

There is no social mobility in the villages because there in an absence of geographical mobility in the villages. There is not considerable change in the social status of villages. A man cannot change his status though he is intelligent. In the cities there is change at every stop. There is constant change in man, ideas and means of every type of work. The division of labour the sentiment of competition and individually help to change the social environments in the city. So we can see the best as well as worst social mobility in the ages.

There is no class organization in the villages because the status is forced on the base of birth, race and family. On the contrary there is a class organization in the villages. A man from an ordinary family by his ability and expertness achieves the high status in the society.