Introverts can find refuge in Canada.
We already know Canada is an amazing place to live, but it’s always flattering to hear it repeated time after time from multiple sources. This time, we’ve received intriguing news that could be reassuring to introverts already living in the country or those elsewhere looking for a new home.
According to recent findings by Merchant Machine, a U.K.-based information comparison website, Canada is regarded as the best place to live for introverts. Seems like we’ve scored again! Other top contenders listed include Australia, Iceland, Russia, and Finland.
To determine the ranking, the study looked at various criteria including each country’s people per square metre, average annual salary, and average rent per month. Canada fared pretty well in these categories, receiving a score of 4 people per square metre, $1,027 (approximately $1,790 CAD) per month for rent, and £29,587 (approximately $51,552 CAD) for average annual salary. It probably helps that Canada has such an immense total area and low population density.
But Canada particularly stood out for its Wi-Fi speed: Canada was found to have the fastest average Wi-Fi speed with 145 megabits per second (Mbps).
The study also reveals a list of the best-suited jobs for introverted people. As determined by factors such as average salary, remote work capability, and social contact score, the top five jobs for introverts include:
- Physicists & astronomers
- Machine operatives
- Marketing professionals
- Web developers
- IT data analysts
There is also a list of dream jobs for introverts, with the top five consisting of:
- Music composer
- Computer architect
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