Retirement is supposed to be a golden time of reaping the fruits of your labors. However, where you retire can have a big impact on how well you enjoy life.
WalletHub recently completed a study ranking states according to retirement lifestyle. Their analysis includes indicators of affordability, quality of life and healthcare. We looked at the 25 worst states to live in during retirement according to quality of life indicators, which include share of population aged 65 years and older, risk of social isolation, access to transportation, miles of coastline, weather, museums and theaters per capita, and 15 other data points.
Here's the list of the lowest-ranked states to retire, from No. 26 all the way to the worst at No. 50.