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Why So Many Retirees Return to Work

May 15, 2024 -- Many people are eager to quit their jobs and enter the ranks of retired. Spending their days golfing, relaxing, fishing, socializing, etc. But for more people than you think, retirement doesn't stick. Florida NPR has a great podcast that explains how and why some Florida retirees ended up re-entering the workplace, for a variety of reasons.…...

Top Retirement Towns

Anchorage is by far the largest city in Alaska with a population over 250,000.  Unlike almost any other city or town in Alaska, roads radiate out from Anchorage to nearby communities including the beatiful Kenai Peninsula. Anchorage is close to astounding scenery and outdoor recreation, yet is also a college town (University of Alaska-Anchorage, and Alaska Pacific University).  The downtown…...
 
Klamath Falls is a beautiful town for retirement in south central Oregon, east of Medford and Ashland. The population is about 21,000 people. Nearby Upper Klamath Lake is the largest natural lake in the Pacific Northwest. Crater Lake is about 30 miles to the north, it is the only National Park in Oregon. Klamath Falls is a great town for…...
 
 
Apex is a fast-growing town of about 63,000(2021) that is just west of Raleigh, North Carolina. The population grew by 211% between 2000-2021 - an indication of its popularity as a retirement community. Apex's motto is "The Peak of Good Living".  The restored downtown area is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A recent visitor described it as…...
 
If you like horses and an easy-going, warm weather climate you might want to think about making Aiken, South Carolina your retirement community. This town of almost 30,000 in western South Carolina’s Sand Hill country grew up as a healthy retreat where the wealthy could escape from hot weather. The “Winter Colony” as it is called has always been popular…...
 
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