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For retirees planning to move after they stop working, it’s a mistake to choose a retirement destination based on where their children live or the average annual number of sunny days, said Teresa Ghilarducci in WalletHub’s latest ranking of the best and worst states for retirees.

“Children move and good weather alone does not make people feel happy or contented,” says Ghilarducci, an economics professor at the New School for Social Research who comments on labor and retirement issues.

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