As baby boomers move into their elder years, the nation’s population is aging quickly. The Census Bureau estimates that, by 2040, the number of adults over the age of 65 in the U.S. will swell to more than 80 million seniors, accounting for nearly a quarter of the country‚Äôs total population. The 65-and-older population is projected to number nearly 95 million by 2060. Americans are living longer thanks to advanced medicine and technology, forcing states to consider how to best care for their 65-and-older populations before and during retirement.

The Best States for aging ranking determines which states are most effectively serving their senior citizens by keeping them healthy, financially secure and involved in their communities. States are scored relative to each other in 12 factors that average into…

This article was sourced from US News.

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