20 Worst US Cities for Retirement: 2018

Many American workers who are not confident they will have enough money to retire comfortably see staying on the job as their only option. Recent Gallup polling shows that workers this year plan to retire at age 66 on average, compared with age 60 in 1995.

WalletHub suggests that one alternative to remaining in the workforce is to relocate to an area where the dollar will go farther without sacrificing lifestyle.

In order to identify places where Americans could spend their retirement years in comfort, WalletHub compared the retirement friendliness of 182 U.S. cities — including the 150 most populated ones and least two of the most populated cities in each state — across four key dimensions: affordability, activities, quality of life and health care.

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