TechCrunch, the venture capital arm of TechCrunch Media, has released a new report which details how the top tech companies were safest for travel around the world.
The report, Safe Travels: The Top 10 Safest Companies Around the World, breaks down the safest cities for travel across the globe, using data from the 2016 International Travel and Tourism Report, which was published by TripAdvisor.
TripAdvisor also released the same data in 2018, which showed a similar trend.
Here’s what the top 10 safest cities in 2018 looked like:While it’s worth noting that not every country has the same safety rankings, the report shows that tech companies are among the safest companies to travel around.
This is likely due to the fact that these companies have a relatively low turnover rate, which means that the companies don’t have to worry about their stock price going up as investors are likely to put their money elsewhere.
Here are the top ten safest cities across the world:The list also includes some notable exceptions, such as Singapore, which has a higher rate of traffic fatalities, and China, which only recently became an internet darling due to its growing popularity.
While some cities might have different safety ratings for the top-ranking tech companies, the overall trend is clear: companies like Uber, Airbnb, Google, and Facebook are all among the most safest companies in the world, with some notable outliers.
The company that is the most likely to get hit by a car on the road is Google, with just 0.4% of the world’s cars crashing into them each year.