Is Sharon a Good Town for Aging, Retirement?
Let us know what you think; weigh in with your input today.
Aging isn't always a popular topic of conversation. But for all of us, it's inevitable.
What's easier to control, however, is where you might choose to age, or, if possible, retire one day. We're wondering if you think Sharon falls into that area.
But it's not always that easy; finding a place to grow old can still be a difficult decision.
A recent study by the Milken Institute, an economic think tank, ranks the top U.S. cities for growing old, according to a recent report on The Huffington Post. And while it's not number one, the Boston-Cambridge-Quincy area ranked fourth on the list (behind regions in Omaha, Nebraska; Madison, Wisconsin and Provo-Orem, Utah, which ranked Number One in the list).
But what about Sharon? Do you, as a local resident, think the town is ideal for aging and/or retiring?