Retirees may not want to trade the white snow for white sand beaches after all.
Pittsburgh, which built its fortunes in the once-booming U.S. steel industry, ranks as the No. 1 metro area to retire in the U.S., according to a report released Wednesday by personal finance website Bankrate.com. Other top cities include Boston, Los Angeles, Denver and Providence, R.I. Here’s the full top 10, per Bankrate:
• Los Angeles
• Providence, R.I.
• Tampa, Fla.
• Austin, Texas