WalletHub examined nearly four dozen metrics in all 50 states, in three key categories: how affordable each state is for retirees (e.g., cost of living and tax friendliness); the quality of life, which includes such things as the weather, the crime rate, and the quality of air and drinking water; and health care, which looks at everything from life expectancy and the well-being index, to medical workers per capita and the quality of public hospitals.
5. North Dakota
10. New Hampshire (No. 1 in “Quality of Life” category)
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