In today’s financial uncertainty, retirement no longer necessarily means totally leaving the workforce and living on pensions, Social Security and any other accumulated nest egg. It can also mean transitioning to part-time work. Here in alphabetical order is Forbes' list of the top U.S. cities for a working retirement. They looked at job growth potential and current unemployment rates as well as cost of living issues, tax environment, violent crime rates, climate and-—since you want to stay healthy enough to work—-physicians per capita.
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