The best (and worst) places for doctors to retire

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A new survey ranks cities according to factors important to retirees.

More than 40% of physicians will be 65 or older in the next decade, which means many will face retirement decisions, including where to spend their retirement years. WalletHub.com recently ranked 182 cities according to their retiree-friendliness, using data from across four categories (affordability, activities, quality of life, and health care) to develop a score for each city. Read on for the results.