Toronto best city

Toronto ranked as the best business city for working women

A new analysis conducted by Bloomberg Businessweek named Toronto the top business city on the planet for working women. Sydney and Singapore came in at second and third, respectively, while Sao Paolo ranked last.

The analysis examined the quality of life for career women in carefully selected places of commerce worldwide. They examine factors like safety, mobility, equality, wealth and earning potential, and maternity supports.

The main reasons why Toronto ranked first was due to equality and good ratings on maternity and wealth. Not surprisingly, the city scores low in mobility. Probably because of traffic problems and an aging subway network.

Toronto, a safe city to live

This year Toronto was also ranked as the second safest city in the world. The first one on the list of the best and safest places to live is Copenhagen. The report, courtesy of The Economist Intelligence Unit, considers several factors such as infrastructure, health, personal, digital, and environmental security.

In 2021, a total of 60 cities were assessed based on 76 different indicators, and Toronto ended up with a score of 82.2 out of 100 (compared to Copenhagen’s 82.4).

Toronto has been ranking high on several lists for various categories lately. For example, the city was named one of the least affordable cities to live in on the continent but was also ranked as one of the most desirable places to live in.

Expand your business in Toronto

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Ayyaz Qamar, an MBA holder and a chartered manager, is the Business Development and Training Manager of Parsai Immigration Services. His in-depth knowledge of the Canadian market has immensely helped our clients for the past few years.

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