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Difference between rural and urban settlement? 

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Meaning A settlement where the population is very high and has the features of a built environment, is known as urban. An area located in the outskirts, is known as rural.
Includes Cities and towns Villages and hamlet
Life Fast and complicated Simple and relaxed
Environment Greater isolation from nature. Direct contact with nature.
Associated with Non-agricultural work, i.e. trade, commerce or provision of services. Agriculture and livestock.  
Population size Densely populated Sparsely populated
Development Planned settlement exists in urban areas, that are developed according to the process of urbanization and industrialization. Developed randomly, based on availability of natural vegetation and fauna in the area.
Social mobility Highly intensive Less intensive
Division of labor Always present at the time of job allotment.

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