Vetting the States
Whether they’ve been out of the service for decades or are newly retired from the military, America's veterans need places to live where they have abundant access to quality health care, opportunities to find work, and low risk of becoming homeless. While some states provide these things to military retirees, others fall flat. A study by WalletHub compares such things as economic environment, quality of life, and health care to rank the states for military retirees looking to settle down. Here's a snapshot of the 10 best and 10 worst. What do you think? Tell us in the comments.
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