Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?

1. Does it make sense to say 'secondary cities'? 2. If not, what term would you use to mean the opposite of 'major cities'? 3. Finally, does the sentence make sense: "In secondary cities, employers are more likelly to SPONSOR you if you come from outside." (And what do you... show more 1. Does it make sense to say 'secondary cities'?




2. If not, what term would you use to mean the opposite of 'major cities'?




3. Finally, does the sentence make sense:


"In secondary cities, employers are more likelly to SPONSOR you if you come from outside."


(And what do you understand by this?)
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