If you're nearing retirement and thinking about where you want to spend those golden years, you might do well to get out of the tri-state area. That's the upshot of a new report from WalletHub, which analyzed the 150 most populated cities in the United States to determine where retirees were better off spending the winter of their lives.
The absolute worst of those 150 cities? Newark, which came in 150th and last on the key criteria of quality of life and health care. New Jersey's largest city was also very low on the categories of affordability and activities.
Second from the bottom was Jersey City, which finished even lower than Newark in affordability and activities. And New York City ranked fifth from the bottom. WalletHub's best city for retirement? Tampa, Florida.