Florida really may be the best state to retire in, according to a new report.
On Monday, WalletHub published a report that found the best U.S. states to retire in in 2022. Florida was at the top of the list.
Aside from its overall ranking, WalletHub also found how different states ranked within a few of those 47 measurements. For example, WalletHub found that Mississippi has the lowest adjusted cost of living, while Hawaii has the highest.
However, Hawaii was found to have the highest life expectancy, while West Virginia was found to have the lowest.
According to the report, South Dakota has the highest percentage of the workforce age 65 and older, while West Virginia has the lowest.
Meanwhile, Florida was found to have the highest percentage of the population age 65 and older, while Utah was found to have the lowest.
West Virginia has the fewest museums per capita, while Mississippi has the fewest theaters per capita.
To see the overall ranking, here are the best states to retire in this year, according to WalletHub.
6. North Dakota
10. New Hampshire