Scout it Out!

Written by Ysmay.

Studies show people are happiest when they live in a city where people share their values and ways of life. Unless you spend days, and even weeks, searching the internet, it can be nearly impossible to find that city.

But not anymore! 

We are proud to bring you our brand new MetroScoutTM tool! MetroScoutTM asks you a series of questions about your personality and attributes you look for in a city to determine the city that's best suited to your personality. 

So go ahead, find a city you can love for life. 

A Few Notes...

This tool only works on cities in our database. As we add city guides, the scope of Scout will grow. 

The first three questions (climate, geography, and population) are not deciding factors. Studies show people will ultimately be happiest based on what community shares their fundamental values, not the geographic preferences. If you select enough choices that align with Miami (for example), then Miami will be your result, regardless of the geographic preferences.

Scout is still in beta as we work out the kinks. If you feel your result was inaccurate, please let us know what result you got and why you feel it was inaccurate so we can make adjustments.

 

Climate attributes I prefer...
snow.
rain.
humidity.
aridity.
sunshine.

Geographical attributes I prefer...
hills.
trees.
coast.
mountains.
large bodies of water.

I prefer a population...
under 450,000.
450,001 - 700,000.
700,001 - 1 million.
1 million - 2 million.
2 million and higher.
Size is unimportant to me.

In a city I want...
high creative energy.
reliable and affordable public transit.
farmers markets.
vibrant nightlife.
vibrant live music scene.
vibrant tattoo community.
the ability to get any food I want anytime of day.
a thriving yoga community.
a thriving art market.
focus on sustainability efforts.

In others I value...
conscientiousness.
hard work.
ambition.
intellect.
friendliness.
compassion.
openness.
conventional values.

In life I value...
the status quo.
conventional values.
unconventional values.
diversity.
intellectual challenges.
creative challenges.
intense experiences.
new experiences.

I am...
very extroverted.
somewhat extroverted.
not very extroverted.

I...
enjoy authority.
question authority.
don't care about authority either way.

My Enneagram type is... (if you do not know, you can select "unknown" or take the test at 9Types.com.)
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unknown.

 

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