Surprisingly senior-friendly cities
What was the number one city for seniors aged 65 and older?
You probably didn’t guess it—Provo, Utah.
When compared to other cities with larger popluations, the Provo-Orem metropolitan area ranked first in overall wellness and third in both financial feasibility and employment and education opportunities. These scores place Provo first for people in the 65-79 year-old age group and solid seventh on the list for those aged 80 and over. (Scores were weighted differently for each age group to reflect the increased health needs of people older than 80.)
The top five large cities for aging, according to the report:
See a full list of top large cities:
The Nation’s Most Senior-Friendly Cities (Large)
Next: The Top Five Small Cities for Aging