Is the State you live in friendly to older workers?
Older workers are approaching retirement, with an average retirement balance of about $15,000. And the US Bureau of Labor Statistics says that 10.6 million individuals in America 65 and older are currently in the workforce.
So as the research shows, older people are putting off retirement, and sometimes not retiring at all, and instead choosing to spend their golden years collecting a paycheck. But as it turns out, some states are friendlier to older workers than others.
While millions of Americans will have a hard time finding ways to make money in their later years, the opportunities are plentiful in certain states with larger populations of people over 65.
The states those older people live, and work could prove to be impactful to their household’s financial well-being. Continue reading to learn about the 7 states that are friendlier to older workers!