Retirement & Lifelong Engagement Stats
Florida has the highest population of residents age 60 and older in the nation, comprising a quarter of the state population (25.7%).
For data that will impact your community, visit www.TheFloridaScorecard.org.
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2019’s Best States to Retire
If retirement is still a big question mark for you because of finances, consider relocating to a state that lets you keep more money in your pocket without requiring a drastic lifestyle change. To determine the best states to retire, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 46 key indicators of retirement-friendliness. Our analysis examines affordability, health-related factors and overall quality of life. Read on for our findings, insight from a panel of experts and a full description of our methodology.
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A Guide to Retirement & Lifelong Engagement Issues
Florida may add as many as 5 million new residents by 2030, with the most significant gains coming in the next few years as the Baby Boomers head to retirement. As we plan for Florida’s future, the priorities outlined in the Florida 2030 Quality of Life Pillar state we must adapt education, training, and lifelong learning for both a younger and an older, as well as a more diverse, workforce.
It will also be crucial that we ensure our growing population of Baby Boomers is engaged in their community, sharing their expertise and educated about the challenges and opportunities facing Florida’s future.
For information on championing Florida’s quality of life, download the Florida 2030 Key Targets & Strategies by visiting www.Florida2030.org
Securing Florida’s Future Includes You
The Florida Chamber Foundation leads the state in future-focused research and continues to be a catalyst for positive change. But, we need your help to secure Florida’s future. Getting involved is easy.